The Queen Consort has appointed a British Army Major as her first equerry.
Major Ollie Plunkett serves in The Rifles, the regiment of which the Queen Consort is Colonel-in-Chief.
She became Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles in July 2020, taking over the role from the late Duke of Edinburgh.
It is believed Maj Plunket will look after her diary, accompany her at official events and support Camilla's engagements and relationships with the military.
It is the first time she has appointed a dedicated equerry, and he is expected to work alongside her private secretary.
It was also announced by Buckingham Palace which women will support the Queen Consort as she carries out her key official and state.
Camilla is to have six "Queen's Companions", not traditional ladies-in-waiting, in addition to her private secretary and deputy private secretary, Buckingham Palace said.
They are Camilla's trusted friends Sarah Troughton, Jane von Westenholz, Fiona, the Marchioness of Lansdowne, who is a professional interior designer, Lady Katharine Brooke and Baroness Carlyn Chisholm, who is now a non-affiliated peer.
The sixth is Camilla's close friend Lady Sarah Keswick, whose husband, Sir Chips Keswick, retired as Arsenal chairman in 2020 after spending 15 years on the board at the north London football club, according to Tatler.
Some of the 'Queen's Companions' will appear publicly with her for the first time at a Violence Against Women and Girls reception at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday.
It is believed the work of the Queen's Companions will be similar to, but not as extensive as, that carried out by the Queen's ladies-in-waiting.
It is thought they are likely to be in attendance less regularly than the Queen's ladies-in-waiting were and, on certain occasions, may attend an engagement instead of a private secretary or a deputy private secretary.