Penny Junor is a journalist and author who has written several controversial biographies of members of the British royal family. She is the daughter of Sir John Junor, long-standing editor of the Sunday Express. She attended Benenden School with Princess Anne and while there, met and later married James Leith, brother of cookery expert and novelist Prue. The pair have four children. After a stint as a journalist with the Evening Standard, Junor started writing biographies in the 1980s, starting with then 20-year-old Princess Diana and, a few years later, Prince Charles. Latterly she's also added Princes Harry and William, as well as other high profile figures including Cliff Richard, Margaret Thatcher and John Major. She has also worked extensively in television. Junor will discuss her latest book - All the Queen's Corgis - with Kim.
27 Oct 2018