Philip Kent Grey, 7th Earl Grey
|The Earl Grey|
|Born||Philip Kent Grey|
11 May 1940
Watford, Hertfordshire, England
|Tenure||10 September 2013 – present|
|Predecessor||Richard Grey, 6th Earl Grey|
|Heir||Alexander Grey, Viscount Howick|
Ann Catherine née Applegate
|Issue||Alexander Grey, Viscount Howick|
Lady Vanessa Grey
Philip Kent Grey, 7th Earl Grey (born 11 May 1940) is a British pilot and hereditary peer.
His great-great-grandfather George (1809–1891) was the fourth son of Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He had an elder brother, Richard, who succeeded to the peerage in 1963. Their father, Albert Harry George Campbell Grey, had served Canadian Armoured Corps when he was killed in 1942.
In 1968, he married Ann Catherine Applegate, with whom he has two children: Alexander Edward, Viscount Howick (born 20 December 1968) and Lady Vanessa Catherine (born 1975).
|Peerage of the United Kingdom|
Richard Fleming Grey
| Earl Grey
Alexander Grey, Viscount Howick
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