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.


This Friday The Queen will confer the Honour of Knighthood on @captaintommoore at an Investiture at Windsor Castle @RoyalFamily says.

A source says about Meghan’s speech: “Her message is clear: girls must be empowered to set the agenda, own the conversation on the issues they care about, and be driving forces for change in communities across the world.” https://t.co/KFrRno5XKA
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Meghan is giving a keynote speech at the 2020 @GirlUp Leadership Summit. She says “Believing in true equality is not enough — it’s going to take more than belief, we have to work for it every day; even when it's hard and even when it makes others feel uneasy.” https://t.co/ntm1rm1MHy

Meghan concludes her speech: “I will be cheering you on, so will my husband, so will Archie, as you continue marching, advocating, and leading the way forward.” #GirlUp2020 https://t.co/KFrRno5XKA
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Victoria Murphy @byQueenVic
Meghan is giving a keynote speech at the 2020 @GirlUp Leadership Summit. She says “Believing in true equality is not enough — it’s going to take more than belief, we have to work for it every day; even when it's hard and even when it makes others feel uneasy.” https://t.co/ntm1rm1MHy

Meghan is giving a keynote speech at the 2020 @GirlUp Leadership Summit. She says “Believing in true equality is not enough — it’s going to take more than belief, we have to work for it every day; even when it's hard and even when it makes others feel uneasy.” https://t.co/ntm1rm1MHy byQueenVic photo

The Duchess of Cambridge is supporting the BBC’s Tiny Happy People; free online tools to help under fives’ language and communication. She told @louiseminchin information like that is “gold dust” and says she wishes she had had it as a first time mum. More https://t.co/duYu7pm0bh

The Duchess of Cambridge has been joined by Andy Murray speaking to students from Bond Primary School in Mitcham via video call, ahead of what would have been the final weekend of The Championships, Wimbledon. https://t.co/8pS7Q1jtnb