In my book, I have a scene where the main character and his companion are ariving unexpecantly at a medevial style tournament. The companion rides into the middle of the arena, to petition for the main character to be allowed as a late entery. This in itself is rather unorthadox historically, but he will be allowed to enter. My question here is I need to come up with some little speach or somthing for the companion to say to the newly crowned king, bride to be, the kings mother, and any other esteemed guest in the viewing box. How would he address them? Would he mention the king first, or last, or would he get away with adressing the group as a whole?