Chloe Allen, born c. 1992 ("aged 24"), of the 1st Battalion, the Scots Guard, is the first female infantry soldier to serve in the British Army.
She joined the service as a man in 2012, but has changed her name and begun hormone therapy treatment. She will still be referred to as a Guardsman.
- "It is a great honour to be able to make history and at the same time do my job, it's just brilliant, I'm just looked at as a normal person."
- Transgender soldier becomes first woman on frontline of British Army, Sky News, 17 September 2016.