Lord Frost is a British diplomat, politician and life peer who served as Minister of State know all about him in ths article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary.
David George Hamilton Frost
|Birthdate||21 February 1965|
|Age (as of 2021)||56 years|
|Place of Birth||Derby, United Kingdom|
|Spouse/Partner||Harriet Mathews (m. 2018)|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Education||St John’s College, Nottingham High School|
|Profession||Member of House of Lords of the United Kingdom|
|Last Update||December 2021|
David George Hamilton Frost, Baron Frost, CMG, PC is a British diplomat, politician and life peer who served as Minister of State at the Cabinet Office between March and December 2021. Frost served as Chief Negotiator of Task Force Europe from January 2020 until his resignation.Frost spent his early professional career in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), becoming Ambassador to Denmark, EU Director at the FCO, and Director for Europe and International Trade at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (DBIS).
Lord Frost Family and Parents
Frost was born in Derby and was educated at Nottingham High School as a free scholar from 1976 to 1983, before attending St. John’s College, Oxford, where he took a first-class degree (MA) in French and history. His studies majored on medieval European history and medieval French.
Lord Frost Wife
Frost married Jacqueline Elizabeth Dias in 1993 and divorcing in 2018. Frost married Harriet Mathews, a former British Ambassador to Somalia, later that year.
Lord Frost Net Worth
Lord Frost aka David Frost CMG, PC is a British diplomat, politician and life peer who served as Minister of State has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2021.
|Net Worth ( 2021 )||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
Lord Frost Resignation
Brexit minister Lord Frost has resigned from Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government. In a letter, he tells Mr Johnson they have put the UK onto a new path – but warns about taking “coercive measures” to control the spread of coronavirus. Mr Johnson responds to say he is sorry to receive the resignation but that Lord Frost should be “immensely proud of your historic service”.
Frost joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in 1987, and shortly after was posted to the British High Commission in Nicosia where he learned Greek and was responsible for covering Greek Cypriot politics and the Cyprus problem. In 1993, he was posted to the UK Representation to the EU in Brussels as First Secretary for Economic and Financial Affairs, where he worked on issues such as the EU Budget, the economic and financial implications of enlargement to Central Europe, and the Euro. He was then posted to the UK Mission to the United Nations in New York, where he covered Human Rights and Social and Economic Affairs.
Frost returned to London to be successively the Private Secretary to the Head of the Diplomatic Service, Sir John Kerr (now the Baron Kerr of Kinlochard), and Deputy Head of the European Union External Department, covering international trade policy issues and relations with the Balkans and Eastern Europe.
Frost was promoted Economic Counsellor to the British Embassy, Paris, in 2001, where he was responsible for reporting and lobbying on all aspects of French economic and commercial life, together with its EU policy. He returned to London to be Head of the EU (Internal) Department and then Director for the European Union in the Foreign Office. In this period he led work on a range of economic and social issues, notably the resistance to the initial Working Time Directive, and the negotiation on the EU’s multi-annual Budget framework. He was a member of the UK’s leadership team during its EU Presidency in 2005.
From May 2006 until October 2008, Frost served as HM Ambassador to Denmark and was appointed Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George in the 2006 Birthday Honours. He was then Director for Strategy and Policy Planning in the Foreign Office from October 2008 to October 2010, before being seconded to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills where he served three years as Director for Europe, Trade, and International Affairs, HMG’s most senior trade policy official.