Now Prince William’s 'exquisite' equerry Rob Dixon steals heartsas fans wonder 'where are they finding these men'

Earlier this week, equerry to King Charles, Jonathan Thomspon, also gained royal watchers' attention over his looks

Now Prince William’s 'exquisite' equerry Rob Dixon steals heartsas fans wonder 'where are they finding these men'
Rob Dixon (L) who is the equerry to Prince William (R) has carried out a lot of impressive roles in his career ( Rob Dixon/LinkedIn, Jane Barlow - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
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LONDON, ENGLAND: Rob Dixon, Prince William's equerry is gaining a lot of attention from Twitter fans over his dashing looks. Dixon has been Prince William's equerry since 2020 and is actively engaged in many royal family engagements.

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Lieutenant Commander Rob Dixon was spotted by royal watchers after he accompanied the royals to the Westminster Hall vigil which happened on Saturday, September 17. The major responsibility of an equerry is to assist the royal family members to carry out their duties. 

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As Per DailyMail, the role of an equerry is usually assigned to one of the senior officers from the armed forces for a period of three years. According to his LinkedIn Profile, he has served in the Royal Navy in various capacities.

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Rob Dixon was appointed to be the Equerry of Prince William in September 2020 (Rob Dixon/ LinkedIn)
Rob Dixon was appointed to be the Equerry of Prince William in September 2020 (Rob Dixon/ LinkedIn)

From the role of a Surface Warfare Officer to Flight commander, Dixon has also carried out the role of a commissioned officer apart from his duties as an Equerry to the Prince of Wales. Dixon has described on the profile that he was a top student in the internationally renowned Qualified Helicopter Instructor course in 2017. 

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Rob Dixon carried out many impressive roles as he was in the Royal Navy (Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton/ Facebook)
Rob Dixon carried out many impressive roles as he was in the Royal Navy (Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton/ Facebook)

Earlier this week, equerry to King Charles, Major Jonathan Thomspon also gained royal watcher attention over his looks. He was once the Queen's highest-ranking bodyguard. He oversaw Charles' first public walk as monarch on Friday, September 9. Earlier this year, he was part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral.

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'Another one for the Hot Staff Hall of Fame!'

Social media was excited to talk about the Equerry to Prince William. A user said, "What’s the thing with the handsome equerries? First we have major Johnny now we have Rob Dixon. A bit of equerry appreciation brightening the day." Another user stated, "OMG another one! Major Johnny Thompson and now Rob Dixon. Where are they finding these men?" 

A tweet read, "You can see why Margaret fell for an equerry. All these handsome men like rob Dixon and major Johnny Thompson hanging around in uniform!." Later, another user chimed, "Good Grief !! What a pic to wake up to on a Sunday Morning, If Carlsberg made Equerries #majorjohnnythompson #Robdixon." Another user said, "another one for the Hot Staff Hall of Fame!" A user claimed, "Oh my, he is very nice, another one to stalk with the mayor. " Further, another tweet read, "Handsome security in the RF. Great tactic to keep everyone looking at the ‘spare’ men in their crowd!"

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