Lady Colin Campbell is a New York and London Times best-selling author, socialite, and television personality who was born in Jamaica and educated there and in the US. A model in her youth and a fixture in the gossip columns on both sides of the Atlantic, she  has written ten books, of which five have been  about the British Royal Family. These include The Untold Life of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (2012) and Diana in Private (1992), the worldwide best-seller which revealed Diana's bulimia, her desire for a divorce, and the extra-marital relationships of both the Prince and Princess of Wales. She is a single mother of two twenty-five year old sons, adopted from Russia in infancy, and has lived in London since the mid-70s. She now lives between her townhouse in London and Castle Goring, the historic, Grade 1 listed country house near Worthing in West Sussex which was built by the famous Romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley's grandfather at the end of the 18th century, and sold by Shelley's widow Mary, author of Frankenstein, to Queen Victoria's equerry, whose descendants sold it to her. To help raise funds for the roof, she took part in ITV1's 'Im a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here' in 2015, and was tipped to win prior to her departure as a result of an injury sustained in the jungle. In 2016, she featured in a documentary entitled ‘Lady C and the Castle’, which was broadcast by ITV.