Bridget Rowe: Fleet St legend
Sunday People|January 17, 2021
TRAILBLAZING journalist and former Sunday People editor Bridget Rowe has passed away, aged 70.
Nicola Small

Bridget died on Tuesday after contracting Covid-19 in hospital, her son Peter Nolan said.

She was admitted to the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough, Bromley, on Boxing Day after becoming ill with seizures.

Born in March 1950, Bridget rose to the top of Fleet Street when journalism was still very male-dominated.

She worked at magazines including 19, Petticoat, Club, Look Now and Women’s World before joining The Sun as assistant editor.

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