A valet found Hilton's possessions down the road from her property and her driver retrieved them.
A few minutes later, a blue, economy-sized vehicle pulls up and a valet yells our name.
After a few years, he ended up in Moscow, where he was briefly employed as valet to a wealthy nobleman.
"personal man-servant," mid-14c., from Old French valet, variant of vaslet "man's servant," originally "squire, young man," from Gallo-Romance *vassellittus "young nobleman, squire, page," diminutive of Medieval Latin vassallus, from vassus "servant" (see vassal). Modern sense is usually short for valet de chambre; the general sense of "male household servant of the meaner sort" going with the variant form varlet. First recorded use of valet parking is from 1960.