Grand Masters of the Royal Victorian Order


Grand Masters of the Royal Victorian Order

The Grand Master of the Royal Victorian Order is the next most senior officer of the order after the Sovereign, currently Queen Elizabeth II.

There have been two Grand Masters of the order since the office was created in 1937.

*1937-2002: Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother)
*2007-present: Anne, Princess Royal


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