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Lady Amelia Windsor wows in Chanel at the Serpentine Summer Party

The young royal wore a gorgeous mini dress for the society event

by Sophie Hamilton /


All eyes were on Lady Amelia Windsor at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party at London's Kensington Gardens on Tuesday evening. The model looked amazing in a sleeveless pink and white patterned mini dress by Chanel, from the label's Spring/Summer 18 collection. The 22-year-old, who is the daughter of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, looked elegant as she posed for photographers at the society event of the season alongside the likes of Alexa Chung, Lady Kitty Spencer and actress Jenna Coleman. Amelia teamed her pastel dress with a pair of matching sandals, a silver clutch and some cool drop earrings.

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We're loving Lady Amelia's beauty look too; she opted for a relaxed hair down style and a stunning natural makeup look. The aristocrat showcased perfectly defined brows, a sweep of eyeliner to accentuate her eyes and an on-trend nude lip.

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Amelia is the second daughter and youngest child of George Windsor, and while she didn’t attend the royal wedding in May, she is doing amazing in the modelling world. She is signed to prestigious agency Storm and has walked the catwalk for Dolce & Gabbana. Amelia is currently studying French and Italian at Edinburgh University and has even been called '‘Britain’s most beautiful royal’ by the media'.

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Lady Amelia with Ella Purnell and friend

The young royal has also recently collaborated with footwear designer Penelope Chivers on a new collection. The range includes three pieces that Amelia has helped design – a pair of boots, a pair of clogs and a belt. It's the duo’s second range together, with 20% of all proceeds going to the charity War Child UK.

We see big things in the future for Lady Amelia!

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