Lady Susan Hussey, an important member of Queen Elizabeth II's household, has returned to the Royal fold.

Lady Susan quit her role after making controversial comments at a private event, resulting in a race row.

Lady Susan was chosen to represent Princess Anne at a memorial service for Dame Frances Campbell-Preston.

Lady Susan's official position was recorded in the order of service, and it's great to see her back in the royal fold.

Lady Susan made amends with Ngozi Fulani, the head of a domestic abuse charity, weeks after resigning.

Lady Susan was spotted at Sandringham church with King Charles III & Princess Anne, showing a direct link with the Royal Family.

Lady Susan was married to Lord Hussey, who served as the head of the BBC for many years.

Lady Susan was known to be very close with the late Queen and was by her side until she died in September 2022.

After Prince Philip died at 99, Lady Susan accompanied the Queen to his funeral.