Lady Kitty Spencer looks to be living her best life in Rome! The pretty niece of the late Diana, Princess of Wales shared an album of pictures from her night in the Italian capital where she attended a plush dinner with Bulgari, the high-end jewellery brand she is the face of. The 27-year-old was the belle of the ball in a stunning white ruffled dress by Dolce & Gabbana which featured ribbon-tied straps and a tiered skirt with a maxi hem. The dress retails at £3000 on the store's online site. Amping up her look, she added extra bling in the form of glittering gold jewellery which was finished with decadent red rubies. Kitty showed off her English Rose complexion with subtle makeup, including flawless foundation and a flick of retro-style eyeliner.
Lady Kitty looked stunning in white
The model has been sharing some seriously chic 'outfit of the day' posts with her 440,000 Instagram followers and is becoming quite the one to watch in the style stakes. Last week, she wore one of the most interesting frocks we have ever seen and it featured a coffee pot! The Dolce & Gabbana model – who has appeared in numerous campaigns for he brand - wore the Abito cotton trill dress on Thursday which was cut in a sleek pencil shape with a flared hem.
The funky design was emblazoned with a unique print of roses and coffee pots which ensures she stood out from the crowd. The eye-catching number was finished with galalith buttons and had a deep V-neck front.
The eldest daughter of Earl Spencer has perfected her look when it comes to being the best-dressed wedding guest. Not only did she look gorgeous in green at the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May, but last month she once again nailed her look when she was spotted at the nuptials of Celia McCorquodale in Lincolnshire, where she wore a sheer chiffon dress by Dolce & Gabbana which had blooming lovely images of peonies printed all over it.
The £3850 design even had a glittery, waist-defining belt, voluminous sleeves and a bold high neckline. Kitty added a coordinating fascinator by milliner-to-the-royals Philip Treacy and large diamond earrings from Bulgari.