Hilary Weston


Hilary Weston was born in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland on January 12th, 1942 and is the Politician. At the age of 82, Hilary Weston biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 12, 1942
Place of Birth
Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
82 years old
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$100 Million
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Hilary Weston Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Galen Weston, ​ ​(m. 1966; died 2021)​
Alannah Weston, Galen Weston Jr.
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Hilary Weston Life

Hilary Weston (née Frayne), an Irish-Canadian businesswoman and writer who served as the 26th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 1997 to 2002, is an Irish-Canadian businesswoman and writer who served as the 26th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.

Weston concentrated on issues affecting women, service, and young people during her five-year tenure, bringing greater public notice to those who work with the homeless, in hospices, and as mentors to at-risk youth.


Hilary Weston Career

Life and career

Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, she served as a model before marrying Galen Weston in 1966. They immigrated to Toronto in 1974 and she became a citizen of Canada. They have two married children, Alannah and Galen Jr., as well as five grandchildren, two girls and a boy with Alannah and her partner Alex Cochrane (an interior designer), as well as two boys with Galen and his wife Alexandra.

Weston spent more than two decades in industry and fashion before her appointment as Lieutenant Governor. She marketed Canadian design and products as deputy chair of Holt Renfrew. She also served as a director of Brown Thomas & Co. in Ireland, co-founded Torwest in the United States, and served as vice-chair and design director of the Windsor gated community in Vero Beach, Florida, during the same time.

Weston founded the Ireland Fund of Canada in 1979, a non-partisan, non-denominational group that supports community projects in Ireland to promote stability. She continues to act as an honorary patron of the group.

Weston was elected founding chair of the Mabin School in Toronto due to an early childhood education. She co-founded and chaired the Canadian Environment Educational Foundation, as well as the opening of the Winter Garden Show at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Winnipeg. In a Canadian Garden (1989) and At Home in Canada (1995), Weston has explored her long-running interest in gardens and gardens as co-author of two best-selling books.

Weston led the most successful fundraising effort in Canadian cultural history, raising more than $250 million for the Royal Ontario Museum during her tenure as Lieutenant Governor. She is patron of many charities addressing social issues, including the Abbeyfield House Society, the Hospice Association of Ontario, the Landmine Survivors Network (later known as Survivor Corps), the Prince's Trust Canada, and the Yonge Street Mission. Weston also devotes a substantial amount of her time, as well as her fashion and retail knowledge, to Selfridges, the London department store of which she is a director.