Robert Jobson

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Robert Jobson (born 23 March 1964 in Great Wakering, Essex) is an award-winning royal correspondent, TV commentator and author, dubbed the "godfather of royal reporting" by the Wall Street Journal. He is the author of William & Kate: The Love Story, Harry's War and co-author of New York Times bestseller Diana: Closely Guarded Secret written with Princess Diana’s police protection officer Inspector Ken Wharfe. He is also the author of Bulletproof, the life story of Royal Marine and George Cross recipient Matt Croucher. He has reported on the British Royal Family since 1991 as royal correspondent for several Fleet Street newspapers including the Daily Express, London Evening Standard, The Sun and the News of the World. He won the London Press Club's "Scoop of the Year" award for his world exclusive that Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles were to wed in 2005.[1]

Jobson regularly appears as an on-screen royal expert and is currently[when?] the official royal commentator for NBC News and ITN News. He was co-host for CNN coverage of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, The Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II in 2002 and the wedding of The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall in 2005, watched by millions globally.


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