Councillor Timothy Coleridge has been put forward as a candidate for borough mayor by Kensington and Chelsea's Conservative party.
Hans Town ward's Cllr Coleridge will be standing for the majority party in May's election to wear the gold chain for the Royal Borough.
He was deputy mayor to Richard Walker-Arnott in 2000 to 2001 and has lived in the Royal Borough for most of his life.
Married to Daria, who has lived in Chelsea since she was five years old, they have two sons, Edward, 14, and William, 12.
Daria is a qualified interior designer and sculptor.
Cllr Coleridge chaired the environmental services committee in the early nineties and for the last four years he has been chairman of the Western Riverside Waste Authority.
If elected, Cllr Coleridge has invited Cllr Terence Buxton to be deputy mayor and Father Rob Gillion of Holy Trinity in Sloane Street, Chelsea, to be his chaplain for the year.
Cllr Buxton is currently cabinet member for planning and represents Earl's Court Ward.