Lady Kitty Spencer enjoyed a whirlwind Italian vacation after her lavish wedding.
The newlywed niece of Princess Diana shared several pics from her honeymoon tour of Italy, where she has been traveling throughout the country since her July 24 wedding to fashion mogul Michael Lewis. The socialite married the multi-millionaire in a lavish ceremony at Villa Aldo Brandini in Frascati, Italy, where she wore several custom Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda gowns.
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Lady Spencer, 30, posted a series of pics from a stopover in the hillside town of Positano on the Amalfi coast. In one pic, she wore a vibrant sleeveless dress with a verbana daisy print, paired with purple sandals and yellow top-handle bag. She also sported a bold multi-colored shirtdress and oversized sunglasses as she posed with a friend in another pic.
“Postcards from Positano,” she wrote in the caption.
The socialite also shared several family pics taking throughout Italy. In one pic, she looks out over a balcony in Rome alongside her sisters, Amelia and Eliza Spencer, with all three wearing knee-length dresses and flats. She also shared a pic of herself and her brother, Samuel Aitken during a visit to the bistro Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone in Milan.
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Lady Spencer has a special love for Italy, where she studied Italian and art in Florence for three years. The Dolce & Gabbana ambassador also made her catwalk debut with the brand in Milan in February 2017.
She told Town & Country that her years in Florence were the happiest of her life. “Everything felt so simple and carefree, but you’re still being stimulated in a culturally rich environment. It’s just pure pleasure and learning, and being surrounded by every type of beauty,” she told the outlet. “If I’m lucky enough to live to the age of retirement, Florence is where you’ll find me.”
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US
- Lady Kitty Spencer