Journalist and royal commentator

Journalist Victoria Murphy has been reporting on the British royal family since 2010. She has interviewed Prince Harry and travelled the world on several royal tours.

She has had work published across multiple outlets including online at Town & Country, Tatler and British Vogue. Frequently appearing on Good Morning America as a royal contributor, Victoria also regularly commentates for networks in the UK and around the world.

She is the author of Sixty Glorious Years, a book published in 2012 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. Victoria lives in London with her partner Gary and their two daughters.

Powerful speech from Prince Charles today as he launches a Sustainable Markets Initiative. His closing words: “We simply cannot waste any more time – the only limit is our willingness to act, and the time to act is now.” byQueenVic photo

Prince Charles taking an electric vehicle to #WEF20
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Clarence House @ClarenceHouse
The Prince of Wales has arrived in Switzerland where HRH will attend the World Economic Forum.

The Prince travels from St Gallen to Davos, where the event is held, in a fully electric @Jaguar I-Pace. #wef20

Meanwhile I am heading out of town for a few days and very much hoping to do something about this 👇😮

Big day for Prince Charles today as he makes key speech in Davos. He will say: “We cannot expect consumers to make sustainable choices if these choices are not clearly laid before them...they deserve to be told more about product lifecycles, supply chains and production methods.”

The Duchess of Cambridge wants your thoughts on raising the next generation. Go to to take part in her new survey

Peter Phillips: “As children we used to spend a lot of time down at the dairy. There was a herd of Jersey Cattle at Windsor. We were brought up on it and it was always much fuller flavour, much creamier than other milks that we had growing up.” 🥛
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Helena Wilkinson @BBCHelena
Tuesday’s Daily Mail: ‘Royal Peter’ for hire ... in China #tomorrowspaperstoday
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