Guests for a White-Tie Affair at the White House

Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Guest list for last night's White House state dinner for Queen Elizabeth II:

Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Royal Navy Cmdr. Heber Ackland, equerry in waiting to the queen

The Countess of Airlie, lady in waiting to the queen

Leonore Annenberg, former U.S. chief of protocol, and Rep. David Dreier (R-Calif.)

Anne Armstrong, former U.S. ambassador to Great Britain, and James L. Armstrong

Lee M. Bass and Ramona Bass

Sid R. Bass, president, Sid R. Bass Inc., and Mercedes Bass

Margaret Beckett, member of Parliament and secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs, United Kingdom, and Leo Beckett

John A. Boehner (R-Ohio), House minority leader, and Deborah Boehner

Joshua Bolten, White House chief of staff, and Analouise C. Bolten

Calvin Borel, jockey, 2007 Kentucky Derby winner, and Lisa Funk

Katherine E. Boyd, Katherine E. Boyd Interior Design, and Eva Elkins

Barbara Bush and Jay Blount

Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida, and Columba Bush

Elizabeth L. Cheney and Philip J. Perry

Vice President Cheney and Lynne V. Cheney

James Click, president, Jim Click Ford Inc., and Carrie Click

John Danilovich, chief executive officer, Millennium Challenge Corp., and Irene Danilovich

Rohan De Silva, pianist

Marta Domingo

Donald L. Evans, chief executive office, Financial Services Forum, and Susan Evans

William S. Farish, former ambassador to the United Kingdom, and Sarah Farish

Fred Fielding, counsel to the president, and Maria Fielding

Brad Freeman, general partner, Freeman Spogli & Co.

Robert M. Gates, secretary of defense, and Becky Gates

Christopher Geidt, deputy private secretary to the queen

Sir Martin Gilbert, author of "Churchill and America," and Lady Esther Gilbert

David Gregory, NBC White House correspondent, and Beth Wilkinson

Stephen J. Hadley, assistant to the president for national security affairs, and Mrs. Robert Hadley

Elisabeth Hasselbeck, co-host, "The View," and Timothy Hasselbeck, professional football player

Peter Hayes, principal private secretary to the secretary of state, United Kingdom

Steven Holland, Reuters White House correspondent, and Lucie Holland

Ray L. Hunt, chairman, president and CEO, Hunt Consolidated Inc., and Hunter L. Hunt, president, Hunt Power LP

Brigadier Sir Miles Hunt-Davis, private secretary to the Duke of Edinburgh

Sir Robin Janvrin, private secretary to the queen

Michael O. Johanns, secretary of agriculture, and Stephanie Johanns

Clay Johnson III, deputy director for management, Office of Management and Budget, and Anne S. Johnson, director, Arts in Embassies Program, State Department

Dirk Kempthorne, secretary of the interior, and Patricia Kempthorne

Richard D. Kinder, chairman and chief executive officer, Kinder Morgan Inc., and Nancy Kinder, president, Kinder Foundation

Henry A. Kissinger, chairman, Kissinger Associates Inc., and Nancy Kissinger

Herbert V. Kohler Jr., chairman and president, Kohler Co., and Natalie B. Kohler

Sen. Trent Lott (R-Miss.) and Tricia Lott

Sir David Manning, British ambassador to the United States, and Lady Catherine M. Manning

Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts quarterback, and Ashley Manning

John Marion, honorary chairman, Sotheby's North America, and Anne Marion

Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Senate minority leader, and Elaine Chao, secretary of labor

Charles B. Moncrief and Kit Moncrief

James W. Nantz III, CBS sportscaster, and Ann-Lorraine Nantz

Joseph J. O'Donnell, chief executive officer, Boston Culinary Group, and Katherine O'Donnell

Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Lynne Pace

Arnold D. Palmer, former professional golfer, and Kathleen Palmer

Henry M. Paulson Jr., secretary of the treasury, and Wendy Paulson

Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), speaker of the House, and Paul Pelosi

A. Jerrold Perenchio, chairman and CEO, Chartwell Partners, and Margie Perenchio

Itzhak Perlman, violinist, and Toby Lynn Perlman

Boone Pickens, BP Capital, LLC, and Madeleine Pickens

Colin L. Powell, former secretary of state, and Alma Powell

Earl A. Powell III, director, National Gallery of Art, and Nancy Powell

Nancy Reagan, former first lady

Condoleezza Rice, secretary of state, and Gene A. Washington, director of football operations, NFL

John G. Roberts Jr., chief justice of the United States, and Jane Sullivan Roberts

Robin Roberts, ABC

Penny Russell-Smith, press secretary to the queen

Michael Sacco, president, Seafarers International Union, and Sophie Sacco

Gerry Shaheen, group president, Caterpillar, and Pam Shaheen

George P. Shultz, Thomas W. and Susan B. Ford distinguished fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and Charlotte Shultz, California state chief of protocol

Harold C. Simmons, chairman, Valhi Inc., and Annette Simmons

Tony Snow, White House press secretary, and Jill Ellen Snow

Margaret Spellings, secretary of education, and Robert Spellings

Surgeon Capt. David Swain, medical officer to the queen

Robert Tuttle, U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom, and Maria Tuttle

Mark Vincent and Linda Vincent

Richard Wolffe, Newsweek, and Paula Cuello

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