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Celia Walden (born December 1976) is a British journalist, novelist and critic. She is the daughter of former Conservative Party Member of Parliament George Walden.

Walden was born in Paris and educated at Westminster School and at Cambridge University.

Walden is best known as a gossip columnist. She currently edits The Daily Telegraph's Diary, known as "Spy". She previously wrote for the Daily Mail.

Her first novel, Harm's Way, is scheduled to be published in 2008.

Since 2006, she has dated Piers Morgan, an ex-editor of the Daily Mirror who is now a television personality and a fellow critic. Former lovers include the chef Jean-Christophe Novelli. She is managed by Knight Ayton Management.

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She is very beautiful too!

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