Princess Diana's niece Kitty Spencer wows in a stylish green dress in Italy – 'stunning!'


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Kitty Spencer is a model, socialite and ambassador of the fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana.

She was photographed on Monday attending the fashion show which was held in Siracusa, in Sicily, Italy.

For the glamorous night event at Castello Maniace, Kitty looked more stylish than ever in a green and mustard dress.

The long polka dot design featured a flattering cross halter neck.

Princess Diana’s niece combined the gown with a pair of Dolce & Gabbana gold heeled sandals.

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A very chic handbag with a floral pattern finished Kitty’s outfit.

The socialite styled her hair in a ponytail and opted for a natural make-up look with a smokey eye.

For jewellery, Kitty was seen donning diamond studs and a diamond ring.

Lady Kitty Spencer attended the third day of Dolce & Gabbana’s Alta Moda exhibitions.


Another one, @luxmeagainpreloved, commented: “She looks gorgeous. So does Emma and everyone else!”

@pumpkinsoup20 added: “Stunning dress!”

“Supermodel!!! And I mean that with the utmost celebration of gorgeous genetics,” commented @maryzorn1965a.

Social media user @rupenkervancioglu simply said: “Stylish.”


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