Digital Media Manager, Historic Royal Palaces
Claire Lampon is the Digital Media Manager at Historic Royal Palaces, the independent charity that looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace, Banqueting House Whitehall and Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland. She is responsible for the organisation’s social media, creating engaging and playful content across channels using new technologies to tell the incredible stories of all six historic sites.
Prior to her role at Historic Royal Palaces, Claire worked in the marketing and digital departments of the London Sinfonietta and London Philharmonic Orchestra. When not tweeting as Queen Anne Boleyn, Claire can be found conducting orchestras – her other big passion in life.
The Line Hotel
Rumour has it that Queen Anne Boleyn is back. She’s been spotted wandering the streets of London playing tourist #ThrowbackThursday style and has taken control of the Tower of London’s social media accounts with appropriate queenly sass.
Her presence has been causing quote the furore with word spreading that she is due to travel by boat down the Thames from Greenwich to the Tower of London to await an uncertain fate… From newsroom press conferences with Thomas Cromwell to shameless selfies by her own portrait in the National Portrait Gallery, the Tower of London tells the story of Queen Anne Boleyn like never before.