Lord Lieutenant of Gwent
The office of Lord Lieutenant of Gwent was created on 1 April 1974 as the Monarch's representative covering the newly formed administrative county of Gwent. By virtue of S.I 1973/1754, the existing Lord Lieutenant of Monmouthshire became the first Lord Lieutenant of Gwent.
Lord Lieutenants of Gwent
- Before 1974 - see Lord Lieutenant of Monmouthshire
- Col. Edward Roderick Hill1 April 1974 –
- Sir Richard Hanbury-Tenison, of Clytha Park 25 June 1979 – 22 October 2001
- Sir Simon Boyle 22 October 2001 – present
- London Gazette, issue no.47892, 28 June 1979
- "Lord-Lieutenant for Gwent". Retrieved 2007-10-22.