Day 4. The Queen was accompanied by her nephew. the Earl of Snowdon, and Mr. Peter Troughton and Mr John Warren in the the first carriage. Mr. Warren is the Queen's Racing manager. Mr Troughton was in the carriage procession on Thursday, accompanied by his wife. Sarah, a first cousin once removed of the Queen.
The second carriage included Sir Nicholas, who was in the first carriage with the Queen on Thursday, and Lady Bacon. The Hon. Edward Tollemache, is the eldest son and heir to Baron Tollemache. He is a godson of the Prince of Wales. The Hon. Mrs. Tollemache is the former Sophie Johnstone. From 1988 until 1990, Edward was a page of honour to the Queen.
Mr and Mrs William Wyatt, Lady Caroline Warren (wife of of John Warren) and Lt. Colonel Charles Richards, who rode in the 4th carriage on Tuesday. Mr. Wyatt, chief executive of Caledonia Investments, is the head of the Newmarket Racing course.
The fourth carriage included Lt. Colonel and Mrs. James Gaselee and Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Henderson. James is the Commanding Officer of the Household Cavalry. His sister. Sarah, was one of the bridesmaids at the wedding of the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer.
Mrs. Gaselee was born Sophie Leschalles. She is a great-granddaughter of Lady Mary Bowes-Lyon, an elder sister of the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, who married the 16th Baron Elphinstone. She is a third cousin of the Duke of Cambridge (or a first cousin twice removed of the Queen.)
Sir Nicholas Henderson is a retired British diplomat and served as the United Kingdom's ambassador to the United States from 1979 until 1982.