✹ About Sunday 21 October 1666 San Diego Sarah on 22 Oct 2019 • Link "On their return to England Thomas Killigrew became groom of the bedchamber and later, chamberlain to Catherine of Braganza, while his wife was appointed first lady of the queen's privy chamber." Thomas Killigrew's first wife, Cecilia Crofts Killigrew, was a Maid of Honor to Queen Henrietta Maria. She died in 1638. His second wife, Charlotte de Hesse Killigrew, was not in Catherine of Braganza's entourage that I can find. "First lady of the privy chamber" was a term that ended with Queen Elizabeth. Catherine's ladies were called "Ladies of the Bedchamber". They main ones were:• 1663–1667: Katherine Stanhope, Countess of Chesterfield• 1663–1673: Barbara Villiers Palmer, Countess of Castlemaine• 1663–1681: Barbara Villiers Wenman Wentworth Howard, Countess of Suffolk• 1663–1688: Mary Fairfax Villiers, Duchess of Buckingham• 1663–1688: Jane Wyche Granville, Countess of Bath Charlotte de Hesse Killigrew was too mature (and married) to be a Lady-in-Waiting. But no one seems to have written much about her on line, so I can't unravel this entry more than this.