The lovely Lucy Worsley photographed in Canterbury Cathedral
Lucy Worsley photographed in Canterbury's historic cathedral as part of a tour promoting her new book A Very British Murder
I have been educated out of the natural reproductive function... Or how BBC antiques expert Sr Lucy is too busy for a family
Now it would appear that Dr Lucy Worsley has another string to her bow – she has become a ‘poster girl’ for women who opt out of motherhood.
Antiques Uncovered | BBC2 TV | Lucy Worsley & Mark Hill
BBC TV series on antiques focusing on the social history, collecting, and creation of antiques, rather than viewing as financial commodities. Antiques Uncovered
My haven: Dr Lucy Worsley
This has been Lucy's office for the past ten years she says it's like working in Hogwarts. It is complete with a spiral staircase of in a Tudor part of the palace that burnt down in 1886.
Lucy Worsley (@Lucy_Worsley)
The latest Tweets from Lucy Worsley (@Lucy_Worsley): "I enjoyed giving a proper two-hour in-depth guided tour of Kensington Palace this week, a super-satisfying thing to do for visitors who are genuinely interested in history & who have lots of views of their own. Here’s to all the Blue Badges & #TourGuides of London. I salute you! https://t.co/tMH7ipPfSW"
Kids: who needs them?
When Dr Lucy Worsley, the 38-year-old TV historian and curator, mused last month on her decision not to have children, she noted: “I have become the poster girl for opting out of reproduction.”