Harrison Pickles, 1st Viscount Wooler

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The Right Honourable Admiral of the Fleet
The Viscount of Wooler
KG GBE MP HRN
Harrison Pickles, 2020 pattern naval photo.jpg
Pickles in 2017
1st Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and the Colonies
In office
2 July 2017 – 22 September 2019
MonarchJohn
Prime MinisterJohn Timpson
Succeeded byEmily Day
In office
7 October 2019 – 1 July 2022
MonarchJohn
Prime MinisterSir John Timpson
Sir Nick Sullivan
Lady Ella Parker
Succeeded byIan Douglas Smith II
Member of Parliament
for Smithfield[a]
Assumed office
2 July 2017
MonarchJohn
Prime MinisterJohn Timpson
Succeeded byLogan Perry-Ardens
1st Deputy Prime Minister of Baustralia
In office
7 July 2019 – 22 September 2019
MonarchJohn
Prime MinisterJohn Timpson
Succeeded byEmily Day
In office
7 October 2019 – 6 April 2020
MonarchJohn
Prime MinisterJohn Timpson
Succeeded byJohn Timpson
Personal details
CitizenshipBaustralian, Canadian
NationalityCanadian
Political partyConservative Party of Baustralia
Military service
Allegiance Baustralia
Service/branch His Royal Navy
RankBaustralia HRN OF-10 (infobox).svg Admiral of the Fleet
UnitHMS Promise (S5)
CommandsChief of the Defence Staff
Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff
Service number30505

The Right Honourable Admiral of the Fleet Harrison Sawyer Vaughn Pickles, 1st Viscount of Wooler KG GBE MP HRN (born 12 May 2003) is a Baustralian politician and senior military officer.

Pickles serves as the 1st and current Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and the Colonies of Baustralia since 2017, and was the first Deputy Prime Minister of Baustralia serving under Sir John Timpson. In the military, Pickles has served as Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff, and in 2022 was elevated to Chief of the Defence Staff.

Titles, styles, orders, and arms

Titles and styles

20 June 2017
Mister Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles
11 September 2018
Ordinary seman Sir Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles
14 May 2019
Able-bodied seaman Sir Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles
13 June 2019
Petty officer, 2nd class Sir Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles
November 2019
Petty officer Sir Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles
March 2020
Sub lieutenant Sir Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles
April 2020
Vice admiral Sir Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles
January 2022
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles
December 2022
Admiral of the Fleet the Viscount of Wooler

Full title

Pickles' full title is

The Right Honourable Admiral of the Fleet Harrison Sawyer Vaughan Pickles, 1st Viscount of Wooler, in the Municipality of Smithfield, in the County of Holderton, Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Gadus, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the Baustralian Empire, Ostreum Medal, Midlothian Star*, His Royal Navy

Service ribbons, orders, and decorations

Ribbon bars of Sir Harrison Pickles
Ribbon bar of a knight-lady of the gadus.svg
OBauE.svgRibbon bar of the Ostreum Medal.svgRibbon bar of the Midlothian Star.svg

Silver rosette.svg

Ribbon bar of the Royal Vishwamitran Order of Merit - Member 1st Class.svg

Arms

Coat of arms of the Viscount of Wooler
Coat of arms of the 1st Viscount of Wooler.svg
Crest
Upon a coronet of a viscount, a helm of a peer mantled Vert doubled Argent wearing a wreath of the same, thereon a lion sejant Argent armed and langued Vert, holding in each forepaw, a pickle Vert.
Escutcheon
Argent three pickles vert
Orders
Order of the Gadus
Previous versions
Arms of Sir Harrison Pickles.svg Arms before ennoblement.

Notes

  1. Formerly the Member of Parliament for, Greystone-Wooler, Wooler.
Peerage of Baustralia
New creation Viscount of Wooler
25 December 2022 -
Incumbent
Political offices
New title Member of Parliament for Smithfield (frm. Greystone-Wooler, Wooler)
2 July 2017 – 1 July 2022
Succeeded by
Logan Perry-Ardens
New title Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and the Colonies
2 July 2017 – 22 September 2019
7 October 2019 – 1 July 2022
Succeeded by
Emily Day
Preceded by
Emily Day
Succeeded by
Ian Douglas Smith II
New title Deputy Prime Minister of Baustralia
7 July 2019 – 22 September 2019
7 October 2019 – 6 April 2020
Succeeded by
Emily Day
Preceded by
Emily Day
Succeeded by
John Timpson
Preceded by
Greg Watts
Secretary of State for Justice
22 April 2020 – 1 May 2020
Succeeded by
Oliver Doig
Preceded by
Reagan Greenson
Secretary of State for the Economy
6 April 2020 – 22 April 2020
Succeeded by
Kyle Simpson
New title Secretary of State for Whiskey Islands
8 September 2019 – 22 September 2019
Succeeded by
Oliver Doig
Military offices
Preceded by
Air Chief Marshal Lord Smithfield
Chief of the Defence Staff
1 January 2022 -
Incumbent
New title Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff
22 April 2020 – 1 January 2022
Succeeded by
General Lord Greystone