List of viceregal representatives of Elizabeth II
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Queen Elizabeth II is sovereign of 16 countries informally known as the Commonwealth realms. She resides primarily in the oldest and most populous realm, the United Kingdom, and is represented in the other countries by the following viceregal representatives. She is also represented in each of the Canadian provinces, Australian states, British overseas territories and Crown dependencies, and the states in free association with New Zealand.
|Antigua and Barbuda||Sir Rodney Williams||14 August 2014||List|
|Australia||Sir Peter Cosgrove||28 March 2014||List|
|The Bahamas||Dame Marguerite Pindling||8 July 2014||List|
|Barbados||Sir Elliott Belgrave||1 June 2012||List|
|Belize||Sir Colville Young||17 November 1993||List|
|Canada||David Johnston||1 October 2010||List|
|Grenada||Dame Cécile La Grenade||7 May 2013||List|
|Jamaica||Sir Patrick Allen||26 February 2009||List|
|New Zealand||Sir Jerry Mateparae||31 August 2011||List|
|Papua New Guinea||Sir Michael Ogio||25 February 2011||List|
|Saint Kitts and Nevis||Samuel Weymouth Tapley Seaton (Acting)||20 May 2015||List|
|Saint Lucia||Dame Pearlette Louisy||17 September 1997||List|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||Sir Frederick Ballantyne||2 September 2002||List|
|Solomon Islands||Sir Frank Kabui||7 July 2009||List|
|Tuvalu||Sir Iakoba Italeli||16 April 2010||List|
Counsellors of state
In the United Kingdom, the sovereign appoints counsellors of state to act on the monarch's behalf when he or she is not present in the country or unable for other reasons to perform royal constitutional functions.
British overseas territories
British Crown Dependencies
The three Crown Dependencies—Jersey, 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.
|Guernsey||Peter Walker||15 April 2011||List|
|Isle of Man||Adam Wood||7 April 2011||List|
|Jersey||Sir John McColl||1 April 2006||List|
States in free association with New Zealand
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.
|Cook Islands||Tom Marsters||9 February 2001||List|
|Niue||Sir Jerry Mateparae||31 August 2011||List|
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.
|New South Wales||General David Hurley||2 October 2014||List|
|Queensland||Paul de Jersey||29 July 2014||List|
|South Australia||Hieu Van Le||1 September 2014||List|
|Tasmania||Kate Warner||10 December 2014||List|
|Victoria||Linda Dessau||1 July 2015||List|
|Western Australia||Kerry Sanderson||20 October 2014||List|
|Alberta||Lois Mitchell||12 June 2015||List|
|British Columbia||Judith Guichon||2 November 2012||List|
|Manitoba||Janice Filmon||19 June 2015||List|
|New Brunswick||Jocelyne Roy-Vienneau||23 October 2014||List|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||Frank Fagan||19 March 2013||List|
|Nova Scotia||John James Grant||12 April 2012||List|
|Ontario||Elizabeth Dowdeswell||23 September 2014||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|
- "The official website of The British Monarchy". Queen and overseas territories. The Royal Household. Retrieved 7 April 2015.