Gentleman usher

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one who ushers visitors into the presence of a sovereign, etc.

See also: Gentleman

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As the royal visit grew imminent, a team of the Queen's gentlemen ushers and an officer of the wardrobe would arrive.
More than 30 Royals were conducted to their VIP seats in the quire by the Queen's gentlemen ushers and by lay stewards.
Subordinate to the Gentlemen Ushers, from whom they took orders, and lower down the social spectrum, were the Grooms.
There was one fewer Lady in Waiting, while two Gentlemen Ushers and the Crown Equerry were not there either.