Deputy Prime Minister of Queensland

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Deputy Prime Minister of Queensland
Coat of Arms Prime Minister's office
Incumbent
Sir Robert Brian

since 3 March 2023
HM Government of Queensland
Member of
  • Parliament
  • Conference of Rulers
  • Cabinet
Reports toParliament of Queensland
ResidencePrime Minister's House
SeatSheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Road,Queensland City
AppointerMonarch of Queensland
Term length250 Days
renewable once
Formation3 January 2015; 9 years ago (2015-01-03)
First holderCharlotte Eberhard-Bernhard (as the Senior Minister)

The Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Queensland is the second highest ranking officer of the government of Queensland which is chosen from the people for a term of 250 days, but not limited to holding positions It depends on the willingness of the people to stay or not. The Deputy Prime Minister’s official residence is the House Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Road, Queensland City, where it is also the Prime Minister's office.

List of deputy prime ministers

No. Portrait Name Term of office Political party Ministry Prime Minister
The Senior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister in use between 13 January 2016 - 10 December 2017
1 Princess Charlotte, Duchess of St. Andrews
(b. 2004)
13 January 2016 7 October 2017 1 year, 267 days Independent George I George I
2 Prince Albert, Duke of Sembilan
(b. 2003)
7 October 2017 1 December 2017 55 days Independent Victoria I Victoria II
3 Prince Albert, 1st Duke of Strathearn and George
(1934-2020)
1 December 2017 10 December 2017 9 days Independent Albert I
The Deputy Prime Minister in use between 10 December 2017 - 14 May 2022
4 James Alexander
(b. 1990)
10 December 2017 5 March 2018 85 days National Liberal Party Patsy I Patsy V.
5 Albert John
(b. 2002)
7 March 2018 16 August 2018 164 days Conservation and Democracy Party Malta I V. Malta
(3) Prince Albert, 1st Duke of Strathearn and George
(1934-2020)
18 August 2018 16 March 2019 210 days Independent John I A. John
(4) James Alexander
(b. 1990)
16 March 2019 14 August 2019 271 days National Liberal Party Arthur I Smith A.
14 August 2019 12 December 2019 Charlotte I Charlotte E.B.
6 Sir Paul Gordon
(b. 2003)
12 December 2019 10 March 2020 89 days Charlotte II
7 Thomas Joseph
(b. 2000)
12 March 2020 29 July 2020 139 days Conservation and Democracy Party John II A. John
8 Gustaf Ingrid
(b. 2008)
29 July 2020 6 January 2021 161 days John III
9 Dame Mary London
(b. 2002)
7 January 2021 18 March 2021 70 days Ingrid I G. Ingrid
10 Armgard Margaret
(b. 2004)
18 March 2021 15 June 2021 89 days Ingrid II
(5) Albert John
(b. 2002)
15 June 2021 23 September 2021 189 days Margaret I A. Margaret
11 Theresa Hunnerberg
(b. 2000)
23 September 2021 14 May 2022 233 days Margaret II
The position of Deputy Prime Minister has vacant from 14 May 2022 to 8 July 2022
12 Mark Carleton
(b. 2004)
8 July 2022 3 February 2023 211 days National Liberal Party Gordon I Gordon
The position of Deputy Prime Minister has vacant from 3 February to 3 March 2023
12 Sir Robert Brian
(b. 2002)
3 March 2023 Incumbent 346 days National Liberal Party Gordon II Gordon