The First Lady or First Gentleman has no official duties and recieves no salary. The title is not honorary, and it is technically kept for life, but there is no formal role attached to it. The First Lady or First Gentleman recieves a pension when their spouse leaves office, and while their spouse is President they are entitled to identical levels of protection, and recieve the same travel benefits.
Typically, a First Lady or First Gentleman will be patron of a number of organisations and fill a variety of social roles, including the official host or hostess at Martin Hall. This role under President Lois Daniels has tended to fall to the President herself, while her husband, John Harris, continues his business career. In his capacity as First Gentleman, however, Harris does is patron of several non-profit organisations.
Harris also has the unique distinction of being the only presidential spouse whose surname differs from the President's - President Daniels did not change her name upon marriage.
List of First Ladies or First Gentlemen of Georgeland
- Isobel Martin 1929-1940
- Elizabeth Grundy 1941-1945
- Mary Simpson Pryde 1945-1949
- Patricia Caxton 1949-1958
- Frances Brittan 1958-1962
- Mary Addison 1962-1970
- Jennifer Rothschild 1970-1976
- Jane Turnbull 1984-1992
- Lucy Davis 1992-1997
- Margaret Andrews 1997-1999
- Tony O'Byrne 1999-2003 First Gentleman
- Catherine Reynolds 2003-2004
- Joseph Lang 2004-2008 First Gentleman
- John Harris 2008- First Gentleman