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Kitty Dimbleby

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Kitty Dimbleby has been working as a journalist for 10 years, writing for the Evening Standard, Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday. She has also contributed articles to The Times, The Guardian, Cosmopolitan and Metro. In 2007, she reported from Iraq and visited Basra Palace, the former British Army base and in 2008, Kitty followed that particular field assignment with a visit to Afghanistan.
Kitty is passionately involved with the charity Help for Heroes - working for the past year as part of their media team and editing the charity's quarterly magazine, Heroes. She is married to a major in the Kings Royal Hussars. They live in the army garrison town of Tidworth, Wiltshire.

The 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh is an armoured infantry battalion based in Tidworth, Wiltshire.

Books by Kitty Dimbleby

Daffodil Girls

'How touching to hear the inside stories of the ones they left behind - Kitty Dimbleby's poignant book captures the love and heartbreak of army wives threaded through with courage and enormous humour - wonderful' - Joanna Lumley

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