The Queen becomes Honorary Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers

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The Queen, watched by Brigitte Macron (second right), and Global Chief Executive officer of Chanel, Leena Nair (right), tries her hand at weaving tweed on a traditional loom in the Maison Lesage, during her visit to la Galerie du 19M in Paris, on day two of the State Visit to France. September 21, 2023.
The Queen, watched by Brigitte Macron (second right), and Global Chief Executive officer of Chanel, Leena Nair (right), tries her hand at weaving tweed on a traditional loom in the Maison Lesage, during her visit to la Galerie du 19M in Paris, on day two of the State Visit to France. September 21, 2023.

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN WILL BE INSTALLED AS AN HONORARY LIVERYMAN OF THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF FAN MAKERS

Tuesday 13th February 2024

At an installation ceremony at Clarence House, Her Majesty The Queen will become an honorary liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers.

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Gloucester, who was installed as a liveryman of the same company in 2005, will also be in attendance.

At Clarence House, the Queen and the Duchess of Gloucester will be met by the Master of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers, Mr Peter Dove, and Clerk of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers, Mrs Claire Chitty.

After meeting representatives from the Fan Museum and the Court of Fan Makers, Her Majesty will be invited to take part in an installation ceremony where the Queen will be made an honorary liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers.

As Duchess of Cornwall, Her Majesty became patron of the Fan Museum in 2008.

During the ceremony, Her Majesty will be clothed as an honorary liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers by the Master Fan Maker. Her Majesty will also be presented with a fan designed by Mr Stewart Parvin M.V.O. and commissioned in 2020 to mark the impact of Covid-19 on so many lives.

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