Dr Lucy Worsley is a passionate historian having graduated from New College, Oxford with first class honours BA degree in Ancient and Modern History. She is currently the head curator of the Historic Royal Palaces, which include The Tower of London, Kensington Palace State Apartments and Hampton Court Palace.
On television, Lucy has presented shows for the BBC and ITV including Six Wives With Lucy Worsley, The Women’s Institute and The Queens Garden. She is also the author of many historically influenced books, including, Cavalier: A Tale of Passion, Chivalry and Great Houses (2007), Courtiers: A Secret History of Kensington Palace (2010) and If Walls Could Talks: An Intimate History of Your Home (2011) which accompanied the television series of the same name. Lucy has also had two children’s books published, Eliza Rose (2016) and My Name is Victoria (2017). Her latest book, Jane Austen at Home, is set for release later this year.
Lucy is a confident public speaker and frequently blogs about her upcoming events on her website. Recently, she was a guest speaker for the Sandringham Women’s Institute, an event in which the Queen also attended.