Katie Nicholl is the Mail on Sunday’s royal correspondent, a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and royal correspondent for Channel Nine’s mornings show in Australia. As well as her successful print career Katie also reports on the royal family for ITV’s Lorraine show, the BBC and Sky. In the States she appears regularly on CNN, Entertainment Tonight, Extra and The Insider as a guest commentator.
Katie is also a best selling author. Her debut book, William and Harry, was a huge success globally as was her second biography, Kate The Future Queen. Described by television presenter George Stephanopoulos as 'the Bob Woodward of royal reporting’, Katie has been writing about the royal family for over a decade. During her career she has broken a series of royal scoops. She revealed that William and Kate were back together after their famous split in 2007, and how the couple made a secret pact to marry in the Seychelles. She was the first to reveal the couple would wed in 2011 scooping her rivals.
Katie was the only journalist to publish the official wedding guest list before the royal wedding and her must-read new book Kate: The Future Queen reveals how Kate and William plan to break the mould as royal parents. Renowned for her contacts and her closeness to the young royals Katie is widely recognised around the world as a leading authority. Even Prince Harry has admitted to reading her famous diary column!