List of viceregal representatives of Elizabeth II

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Queen Elizabeth II resides primarily in the United Kingdom, and is represented in her other realms by the following viceregal representatives.

Commonwealth realms – Governors-General[edit]

Country Governor-General Since List
 Antigua and Barbuda Louise Lake-Tack 17 July 2007 List
 Australia Peter Cosgrove 28 March 2014 List
The Bahamas Arthur Foulkes 14 April 2010 List
 Barbados Elliott Belgrave 1 June 2012 List
 Belize Colville Young 17 November 1993 List
 Canada David Lloyd Johnston 1 October 2010 List
 Grenada Cécile La Grenade[1] 7 May 2013 List
 Jamaica Patrick Allen 26 February 2009 List
 New Zealand Jerry Mateparae 31 August 2011 List
 Papua New Guinea Michael Ogio[2][3] 25 February 2011 List
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Edmund Lawrence 2 January 2013 List
 Saint Lucia Pearlette Louisy 17 September 1997 List
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Frederick Ballantyne 2 September 2002 List
 Solomon Islands Frank Kabui 7 July 2009 List
 Tuvalu Iakoba Italeli 16 April 2010 List

UK constituent countries and overseas territories[edit]

State Head of government Head of state  United Kingdom
 Anguilla Chief Minister Hubert Hughes Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor Alistair Harrison
 Bermuda Premier Craig Cannonier Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor George Fergusson
 British Virgin Islands Premier Orlando Smith Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor William Boyd McCleary
 Cayman Islands Premier Alden McLaughlin Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor Duncan Taylor
 England [note 1] Queen Elizabeth II
 Falkland Islands Chief Executive Keith Padgett Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor Nigel Haywood
 Gibraltar Chief Minister Fabian Picardo Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor Sir Adrian Johns
 Montserrat Premier Reuben Meade Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor Adrian Davis
Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers [note 2]
 Pitcairn Islands Mayor Mike Warren Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor Victoria Treadell
 Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha non-self-governing dependency Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor Mark Andrew Capes
 Scotland First Minister Alex Salmond Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore [note 3]
 Turks and Caicos Islands Premier Rufus Ewing Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Governor Ric Todd
 Wales First Minister Carwyn Jones Queen Elizabeth II
represented by Secretary of State for Wales David Jones [note 4]
  1. ^ No organised local authorities - constituent country of the United Kingdom.
  2. ^ Constituent country of the United Kingdom.
  3. ^ Constituent country of the United Kingdom.
  4. ^ Constituent country of the United Kingdom.

Crown Dependencies[edit]

The three Crown DependenciesJersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man – are possessions of the Crown of the United Kingdom, not of the government of the United Kingdom, and the monarch is Head of State. There, the monarch is represented by Lieutenant Governors.

Dependency Lieutenant Governor Since List
 Guernsey Peter Walker 15 April 2011 List
 Isle of Man Adam Wood 7 April 2011 List
 Jersey Sir John McColl 1 April 2006 List

Sub-national representatives[edit]

The following list is restricted to those who represent the Crown directly. Since Administrators of Australian territories represent the Governor-General, they are not included here. Commissioners of Canadian territories do not represent the Queen, but the federal government, and are not included. In the Realm of New Zealand, the Cook Islands have a separate Queen's Representative. Niue is entitled to one, but, under the Niue Constitution Act, the Queen is represented by New Zealand's Governor-General.

Australia[edit]

State Governor Since List
 New South Wales Marie Bashir 1 March 2001 List
 Queensland Penelope Wensley 29 July 2008 List
 South Australia Kevin Scarce 8 August 2007 List
 Tasmania Peter Underwood 2 April 2008 List
 Victoria Alex Chernov 8 April 2011 List
 Western Australia Malcolm McCusker 1 July 2011 List

Canada[edit]

Province Lieutenant-Governor Since List
 Alberta Donald Ethell 11 May 2010 List
 British Columbia Judith Guichon 2 November 2012 List
 Manitoba Philip S. Lee 4 August 2009 List
 New Brunswick Graydon Nicholas 30 September 2009 List
 Newfoundland and Labrador Frank Fagan 19 March 2013 List
 Nova Scotia John James Grant 12 April 2012 List
 Ontario David Onley 5 September 2007 List
 Prince Edward Island Frank Lewis 15 August 2011 List
 Quebec Pierre Duchesne 7 June 2007 List
 Saskatchewan Vaughn Solomon Schofield 22 March 2012 List

New Zealand[edit]

Territory Representative Since List
 Cook Islands Frederick Tutu Goodwin 9 February 2001 List
 Niue Jerry Mateparae 31 August 2011 List

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nicole Best (7 May 2013). "First female governor general of Grenada sworn into office". Caribbean360.com. Retrieved 12 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "Papua New Guinea crisis moves closer to resolution". Radio Netherlands Worldwide. ANP/AFP. 20 December 2011. Retrieved 2011-12-30. 
  3. ^ Matt Siegel (20 December 2011). "Papua New Guinea’s Impasse Seems to End". New York Times. Retrieved 2011-12-30. 

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