Harle Freeman-Greene

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Harle Freeman-Greene

LVO
Ambassador to China
In office
1979–1982
Preceded by Richard Atkins
Succeeded by Francis Anthony Small
High Commissioner to Malaysia
In office
1982–1985
Preceded byMichael Mansfield
Succeeded byRay Jermyn
Ambassador to Thailand
In office
1988–1992
Preceded byBruce Brown
Succeeded byPhillip Gibson
Ambassador to the Philippines
In office
1992–1995
Preceded byAlison Stokes
Succeeded byColin Bell
Personal details
Born (1934-03-26) 26 March 1934 (age 86)
Christchurch, New Zealand
Spouse(s)Christine Robyn Robyn Brown
Children3

Harle Freeman-Greene LVO (born 26 March 1934) is a former New Zealand diplomat.

Freeman-Greene was a member of the Royal Household for two years, as assistant press secretary at Buckingham Palace, and acommpanied the Queen on the 1963 royal tour of New Zealand. [2] In 1964, he was appointed a Member of the Royal Victorian Order, fourth class; [3] in 1984, Members of the Royal Victorian Order, fourth class, were redesignated as Lieutenants of the Royal Victorian Order. [4]

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References

  1. Guy Hardy Scholefield, Max Lambert Reed, Who's who in New Zealand, 1991, New Zealand, p. 215
  2. "The people who go with Queen Elizabeth II on tour". Upper Hutt Leader. 17 January 1963. p. 4. Retrieved 12 September 2020.
  3. "No. 43524". The London Gazette . 25 December 1964. p. 11017.
  4. Mead, Richard (2018). 'SAM' Marshal of the Royal Air Force the Lord Elworthy: a biography. Pen & Sword. ISBN   9781526727183 . Retrieved 12 September 2020.