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Traditionally, the Embassy to France was the most prestigious posting in the British foreign service, although in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, diplomatic representation was often lacking due to wars between the two countries.


British Ambassadors and Ministers to France


Before 1603


Ambassadors Extraordinary from 1689

Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary

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