Emily Parker

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The Right Honourable Lieutenant general
Lady Emily Parker
LG
Emily Parker, 2020 pattern army photo.jpg
Emily Parker in army No. 3B order of dress
Queen of Flavora
In office
4 November 2017 – 18 March 2019
Preceded byJohn I
Succeeded byJohn I
Leader of the Liberal Party of Baustralia
In office
2 July 2017 – 19 July 2019
MonarchJohn I
Prime MinisterSir John Timpson
Succeeded byCharles Burgardt
Personal details
Born12 June 2005 (2005-06-12) (age 15)
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Military career
Allegiance Baustralia
Branch Baustralian Army
RankBaustralia Army OF-8 (infobox).svg Lieutenant general
Commands held
  • Deputy Chief of the General Staff (2020-)
  • Warrant officer Baustralian Medical Branch (2018-2020)

The Right Honourable Lieutenant general Lady Emily Marie Parker LG is a Baustralian politician, and is a senior army officer serving as Deputy Chief of the General Staff, and was a non-commissioned officer and Baustralian Medical Branch Warrant Officer. Born on 12 June 2005, she used to reign as Queen of Flavora, before the kingdom was taken piece-by-piece by the Baustralian crown.

Military career

Starting off as a medic in the Baustralian Army, Parker rose through the ranks, eventually becoming the Baustralian Medical Branch Warrant Officer under surgeon general, vice-admiral the Katelynn, Princess of Wabasso. She was approached on 26 May 2020 to be Aidan McGrath's successor as Deputy Chief of the General Staff, a position she serves in today.

Political career

Parker started her political career as the Minister for Internal Affairs under the First Timpson ministry, though serving as a liberal. She had a brief hiatus starting from July 2019, before returning to politics in April 2020. She served as Secretary of State for Ostreum and the Environment under the First Sullivan ministry. Under the Second Sullivan ministry, she served as minister without portfolio until late November where she became Secretary of State for Routes.

Before her hiatus from politics, she was the Member of Parliament for Flavora, and then for Atlas after her hiatus.

Titles, honours, ranks, and arms

Titles and ranks

31 July 2017

 The Right Honourable Medic Emily Parker

20 April 2018

Baustralia Army OR-9 (infobox).svgThe Right Honourable Warrant officer Emily Parker

19 July 2019

Baustralia Army OR-9 (infobox).svg Warrant officer Emily Parker

22 April 2020

Baustralia Army OR-9 (infobox).svgThe Right Honourable Warrant officer Emily Parker

23 April 2020

Baustralia Army OR-9 (infobox).svgThe Right Honourable Warrant officer Lady Emily Parker LG

26 May 2020

Baustralia Army OF-8 (infobox).svg The Right Honourable Lieutenant general Lady Emily Parker LG

Honours and arms

Ribbon bars worn by Lady Emily Parker
Ribbon bar of a knight-lady of the gadus.svgBaustralian War Victory Medal.svg
 Baustralian Empire
Ribbon bar of a knight-lady of the gadus.svg Lady of the Order of the Gadus
Baustralian War Victory Medal.svg Baustralian War Victory Medal
Coat of arms of Emily Parker
Arms of Emily Parker.svg
Escutcheon
Sable a lion rampant Gules, on a bar in chief Argent, two bezants Or, on a bar in base Argent, a bezants Or
Orders
Order of the Gadus
Regnal titles
New title Queen of Flavora
4 November 2017 – 18 March 2019
Succeeded by
John I
as King in right of Flavora
Military offices
New title Warrant officer Baustralian Medical Branch
20 April 2018 – 26 May 2020
Succeeded by
Warrant officer Logan Perry-Ardens
Preceded by
Lieutenant general Aidan McGrath
Deputy Chief of the General Staff
26 May 2020 – present
Incumbent
Political offices
New title Leader of the Liberal Party of Baustralia
2 July 2017 – 19 July 2019
Vacant
Party dissolved
Title next held by
Sir Charles Burgardt
Government offices
New title Minister of Internal Affairs
2 July 2017 – 20 June 2018
Office dissolved
Preceded by
Ella Parker
Secretary of State for Ostreum
22 April 2020 – 1 May 2020
Preceded by
Mecca Thompson
Secretary of State for the Environment
22 April 2020 – 20 June 2020
Succeeded by
Greg Watts
New title Minister without portfolio
20 June 2020 – 29 November 2020
Succeeded by
Kanyon Paradis
Preceded by
Greg Watts
Secretary of State for Routes
29 November 2020 – present
Incumbent
Parliament of Baustralia
New title Member of Parliament for Flavora
2 July 2017 – 19 July 2019
Succeeded by
Greg Watts
Preceded by
Ella Parker
Member of Parliament for Atlas
22 April 2020 – present
Incumbent