Like Royal Navy or Royal Air Force, does the word "Royal" indicates that the organization is under the direct command of the Royal family?
Yes. "Royal" is used to indicate that this certain organization is directly under the command of the Royal family. Ex: The 16th/5th Queen's Royal Lancers Regimental Association is an organization tied with the British Army. Ex: The Royal Guard are bodyguards for the Royal family. They have famously known for their uniform: a tall, black bearskin hat and a red and black uniform.
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