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Find out what's in the latest issue of HELLO! Fashion Monthly!

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Kitty Spencer is a breath of fresh air. She may be a member of one of Britain’s most prominent aristocratic families – her aunt is the late Princess Diana and her father, the 9th Earl Spencer – but she couldn’t be more down to earth as we found out on our cover shoot.

Lady Kitty Spencer graces the cover of our brand new July issue

She’s also making a name for herself as both a fashion ambassador and a charity campaigner – but no comparisons with her famous aunt, please. Kitty is very much her own person and bringing a new-gen sensibility to her work and passions.

We’ve all had a sneaky little vitamin D boost at HFM in the form of our sun-filled Agenda pages. Summer may be shy about making an appearance here, but we know exactly what we’ll be wearing when we venture abroad in search of warmer climes.

Kitty is making a name for herself as a charity campaigner and fashion ambassador

From vibrant Havana-like hues as seen on the Peter Pilotto and Temperley London catwalks to the sleek, muted colour palettes previewed by Roksanda Ilincic and No.21, we’ve got the looks to inspire you. And in case you’re planning to plant yourself on a sun lounger for the duration of your vacay, you’ll find the perfect cossie in our Style Up edit.

I enjoyed reading about the lives of two of today’s biggest supermodels, Bella Hadid and Taylor Hill in our exclusive interviews. Both shared their insecurities – Bella confessing to finding it hard being “judged by the way I look” and crediting Kate Moss with inspiring her “to be myself”, and Taylor revealing that she was “painfully shy” as a kid and “had to learn to be confident”.

Nice to know these other-worldly creatures are just like the rest of us (almost). Roll on summer…

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