Susan Rhodes was a part of the Queen’s ‘HMS Bubble’ as Lady-in-waiting

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Susan Rhodes was part of the Queen’s ‘HMS Bubble’ as one of her ladies-in-waiting.

Unlike some of the Queen’s most famous ladies-in-waiting who have been with Her Majesty for decades, Susan Rhodes took on the prestigious role relatively recently in 2017 alongside Lady Elizabeth Leeming.

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Who is Susan Rhodes?

Susan Rhodes is the wife of Simon Rhodes, whose late mother Margaret is said to have been one of the Queen’s best friends and cousins.

Rhodes was appointed lady-in-waiting in 2017 and has since become part of her inner circle at the palace.

She is said to have been one of the Queen’s constant companions alongside Lady Susan Hussey, Lady Mary Morrison, Lady Elizabeth Leeming and Lady Annabel Whitehead.

Susan Rhodes held one of the most prestigious roles in the palace

Being a lady-in-waiting to the Queen is a highly prestigious role. Although the position is unpaid, it is considered one of the most prestigious royal roles.

Duties of a lady-in-waiting to the Queen include acting as her personal assistant, conducting daily correspondence and accompanying Her Majesty to any public event.

Some of the Queen’s ladies-in-waiting have served for decades and won medals for long and loyal service in the royal household, including Lady Susan Hussey and Lady Mary Morrison.

Susan Rhodes was part of the Queen’s HMS Bubble

The Queen was protected during the pandemic as only a handful of personnel were allowed in her HMS bubble to isolate herself from Her Majesty. Reports suggest Susan Rhodes was part of the late monarch’s HMS Bubble.

She was also seen with Queen Elizabeth II standing side by side on the balcony of the Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth & Development Office during the National Service of Remembrance at The Cenotaph on November 8, 2020 in London, England.

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