A deputy master has been appointed to the household of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, Clarence House has announced.
Andrew Farquharson, 41, from Suffolk, will take up the newly-created post in February next year.
His present job is in the Royal Household as assistant to the house master, a role he has held since 1998.
The Prince's principal private secretary, Sir Michael Peat, said Mr Farquharson would be welcomed.
The deputy master will work alongside Sir Malcolm Ross, who replaces Kevin Knott as master in January, and Virginia Carington - special assistant to the Prince and the Duchess.