Known for her wide-ranging articles, opinions and commentaries on everything from current affairs to health, fashion and motoring, Daily Telegraph columnist Celia Walden has written for Glamour, GQ, Elle, Russian Vogue, Porter Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Net-a-Porter’s The Edit, Grazia, Stylist, The Spectator and Standpoint.
Her first book, Harm’s Way – described by the Observer as a “gripping debut” and Grazia as “a subtle, sensual, absorbing tale” – was published in 2008 and translated into four languages, and her second book, Babysitting George, was BBC Radio 4’s Book of the Week and nominated for the William Hill 2011 Sports Book of the Year prize. In September 2022, she published her first thriller with Little, Brown, Payday, which was an instant Amazon bestseller and selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club. Her second thriller, also published by Little, Brown, is out next year.
Born and raised in Paris, Cambridge-educated Celia now divides her time between London and LA.
She is represented by Eugenie Furniss at 42.