Queen's proctor


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Queen's proctor

n
(Law) (in England when the sovereign is female) an official empowered to intervene in divorce and certain other cases when it is alleged that material facts are being suppressed
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The Mirror wrote to the Queen's Proctor - who represents the crown in matrimonial matters - urging him to intervene in the royal divorce proceedings and make Diana Her Royal Highness again.
Our campaign had been aimed initially at the Queen's Proctor, her representative in matrimonial matters.
We took up her cause by contacting the Queen's Proctor - who represents the Crown in matrimonial matters - asking for a postponement of the royal couple's decree absolute until Diana's status was restored.
They are all urging the Queen's Proctor - who represents the Crown in matrimonial matters - to restore Diana's title.