Princess Diana's niece Kitty Spencer and other royals grace the Dolce & Gabbana runway
The runway was also graced by other Royals apart from Kitty Spencer.
Recently, Dolce & Gabbana held a presentation titled "Secrets & Diamonds" exclusively featuring their evening-wear offerings. And to everyone's surprise, Princess Diana’s niece Kitty Spencer, along with three stunning sisters whose parents are the Duke and Duchess of Rutland walked the ramp for the fashion label's show.
Young royal Lady Kitty Spencer led the way at the Dolce & Gabbana show at Milan Fashion Week, as part of an evening wear only show. Spencer, along with Maddi Waterhouse, were among the famous models that walked in the evening presentation and then returned for the Italian house's fall 2018 show.
The 27-year-old niece of Princess Diana is the daughter of Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer, who is a British nobleman, author, journalist, and broadcaster, apart from being the younger brother of Diana. At the show, Kitty Spencer was photographed in a floral powder blue floor-length long-sleeved dress with a huge tiara on her head, which suited her tall physique. In another photo, Spencer was photographed in a silver dress.
Spencer first caught the public’s attention when she attended Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011. She sat beside her twin sisters, Lady Eliza and Lady Amelia that time. Since then, she has graced countless fashion shows and has also been a regular at the London Fashion Week.
Two years ago, Spencer spoke with The Telegraph about her relationship with her other family members. She said that she’s pretty close to her cousins, Princes William and Harry, as well as the former’s wife, Kate Middleton. However, Spencer refused to focus on the royal trio during the interview. “Out of respect for them, I can’t discuss them, sorry. This is the way it has always been,” she said.
However, Earl Charles Spencer’s daughter wasn’t the only royal to be part of the fashion show.
The Manners sisters, Violet, Alice, and Eliza, daughters to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, who have often been pegged as the English Kardashians, also made their way into the designer’s latest lineup. Their similarity with the Kardashians being that these sisters too tend to share almost everything with their Instagram following.
According to a Vanity Fair profile piece on the ‘bad-Manners sisters’, the women had found themselves in hot water in 2015 after a neighbor called to report loud noise coming from their father’s townhouse in London. The neighbor claimed that the girls were throwing wild all-night parties, which resulted in residents feeling like they lived right beside a nightclub.
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