Celia Walden is an author, journalist and US Editor at Large for the Daily Telegraph who has also written for Glamour, GQ, Elle, Porter Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Net-a-Porter’s The Edit, Grazia, Stylist, Standpoint, The Spectator, Russian Vogue and Point de Vue in France – and is a regular contributor to ITV’s Lorraine.
Her first book, Harm’s Way – described by Grazia as “a subtle, sensual, absorbing tale” and the Observer as a “gripping debut” – was published in 2008 and translated into four languages and her second book, Babysitting George, was BBC Radio 4’s Book of the Week and nominated for the William Hill 2011 Sports Book of the Year prize.
Born and raised in Paris, Celia has a degree in French and Italian Literature from Cambridge, is fluent in French, Italian and Russian and known for her articles, opinions and commentaries on women’s issues, social etiquette, health, beauty, cars and fashion. She has appeared in television shows ranging from The Andrew Neil Show and BBC News to Sky News and ITV’s Lorraine to discuss the issues of the day.
Having spent the last six years living and working in LA, she, her husband, Piers Morgan, and daughter now divide their time between LA and London.