Hay, fancy looking after Her Majesty’s horses? Here’s the perfect job

Do you love the Royal Family and horses? Then we have the perfect role that you won’t want to say neigh to.

The Daily Star reports the Queen is seeking a Liveried Helper, who will be paid £22.4k-a-year plus benefits, with 33 days’ holiday along with accommodation and meals included.

The successful applicant will need to be a team player, have experience caring for horses but will get to ride them on big occasions – although bear in mind the main task will be cleaning up after them…

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