Lucy Worsley (@Lucy_Worsley )

Lucy Worsley

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Twitter Web App : I am checking out and LOVING Joe Bergers draft illustrations for my upcoming teen history novel, THE AUSTEN GIRLS. This is the one where Jane Austen becomes a detective... bloomsbury.com/uk/the-austen-…

iPhone : A busy week with poor old Queen Anne, subject of much unjust opprobrium. Can you spot her lurking there on the steps of St Paul’s? ‘Brandy Nan, left in the lurch, face to the gin shop, back to the church.’

Twitter Web App : Last night my body was having a great evening in Liverpool in the Victorian sumptuousness of St George’s Hall for the #SGHCharitableTrust, but a little bit of my spirit was with Hallie Rubenhold who, fantastically, was winning the Baillie Gifford Prize theguardian.com/books/2019/nov… twitter.com/SGHLpool/statu…

Twitter Web App : Happy Christmas 🎄 (early) from the Royal Ceremonial Dress collection! This tinsel lace adorns an 1820s dress. It’s definitely metal (probably pinchbeck) and most unusual. Not something I would ever wish to wear but… instagram.com/p/B5F0vcxHuXP/…

iPhone : Sorry Grinches, but Christmas is coming. And along with it (look out for news soon) a programme we’ve been working on, all about how the Tudors celebrated.

iPhone : Say goodbye to history‘s nosiest housemaid! The final part of Six Wives With Lucy Worsley, in which I spy on all the action from Anne of Cleves to Katherine Parr, is up on Iplayer now bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episod…

iPhone : Reasons to love the film The Favourite no. 327: it’s allowed us to make a history documentary about Queen Anne. She wouldn’t have got a look in a year ago. pic.twitter.com/ex9aj3pBNh

iPhone : A tootle along the Grand Canal

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iPhone : I’ve been keeping such a conspicuously low profile in Venice today that quite a few people have got excited and mistaken me for Anne Hathaway.

iPhone : In our new Tudor programme, I’m super-pleased we’ve been able to recreate the scene where Anne of Cleves & Katherine Howard dance together after a grumpy Henry VIII has gone off to bed (the scene has been done mainly to please Lucy Moss)