Charles de Chassiron

British diplomat, born 1948. Educated at Rugby School and Cambridge University (MA in History). Held a Kennedy Scholarship at Harvard, where he received the degree MPA (Master in Public Administration).

Joined the FCO in 1971. He served in four posts in Europe (Sweden, Italy twice, and Estonia, where he was Ambassador 1994-97) and one each in Latin America (Brazil) and Africa (Mozambique). His last job in the FCO before he retired in early 2006 was as Director of Protocol and Vice-Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps.

Currently he is Chairman of Spencer House, and also Chairman of the British-Italian Society. In addition he is Diplomatic Consultant at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Three Faiths Forum.

He is married with two grown-up children. He lives in Epsom, Surrey.

Charles de Chassiron speaks a number of European languages. His interests include travel and art history.

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