Badges, Uniform and Etiquette

Badges, Uniform & Etiquette

Deputy Lieutenant in uniform

Uniform

You can recognise The Lord-Lieutenant, Vice Lord-Lieutenant and some male Deputy Lieutenants on formal occasions by their uniform which is based on a General Officer in the Army’s No 1 Dress – It serves as a symbol of the role’s military origins.You can discover who the Deputies are by clicking here. They come from all parts of the County and you can see which local government area Deputies are in by clicking here

 

 

 

 

Badges

Male Deputy Lieutenant Badge

Female Deputy Lieutenant Badge

In plain clothes, a male Deputy Lieutenant may wear a neck badge, when representing The Lord-Lieutenant.

Women Deputy Lieutenants do not have an official uniform, when representing The Lord-Lieutenant they will wear a badge on a Court Bow.

 

 

 

 

Etiquette

The Lord-Lieutenant is The Queen’s personal representative within Kent and should be accorded the same etiquette and protocol, as any member of the Royal Family, when he is attending any event in Kent in his official capacity.

Where the Lord-Lieutenant is unable to attend he may be represented by his Vice Lord-Lieutenant or a Deputy Lieutenant, where the same etiquette and protocol should be followed.

Correct Form of Address and Salutation

Form of Address:   Initially, “Lord-Lieutenant” followed by “Sir” subsequently, unless asked to do otherwise.

Written address:     The Viscount De L’Isle MBE, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Kent

Salutation:    Dear Lord-Lieutenant,

Further queries on Etiquette and Protocol should be referred to the Deputy Clerk to the Lieutenancy.

 

 

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