The Prince of Wales, back on the front pages this week over the
termination of his 15-year-old marriage, has chosen a new press adviser.
Sandy Henney, his assistant press secretary of three years, will take
over the high profile job at the end of next week.
Henney, aged 43, joined the Prince of Wales’ press office in 1993 from
the Crown Prosecution Service where she was head of information.
Her career includes spells at the Department of Education and Science,
the Ministry of Defence and the Metropolitan Police.
Henney, who is married to head of the Royal Diplomatic Protection Squad,
Commander Bob Marsh, will head a team of three.
Allan Percival, the Prince of Wales’ existing adviser is leaving to
become deputy press secretary at No 10 Downing Street.