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When the war ended and Philip Mountbatten married then-Princess Elizabeth in 1947, Philip brought on Parker as equerry and eventually his private secretary.
Laurence is a retired British naval officer and former equerry to the Queen
It's believed that an equerry will place a wreath on behalf of the 96-year-old Duke, who retired earlier this year.
Buckingham Palace said Wednesday Prince Charles will lay the wreath on Nov. 12 at the queen's request and an equerry will lay a wreath for the 96-year-old Philip.
Philip assigned David Checketts, his equerry—an aide-de-camp entrusted with logistics—to supervise his son’s stay Down Under.
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