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LOOK: Lady Kitty Spencer wore not one, but five wedding dresses

Lady Kitty Spencer got married to a South African fashion tycoon Michael Lewis. Picture: German Larkin.

Lady Kitty Spencer got married to a South African fashion tycoon Michael Lewis. Picture: German Larkin.

Published Jul 27, 2021


Lady Kitty Spencer, a niece to late Princess Diana, got married this past weekend, and we are still in awe.

The 30-year-old aristocrat tied the knot to South African-born fashion tycoon Michael Lewis. Held at the Villa Aldobrandini on the outskirts of Rome, the pair’s wedding proved to be true Italian style.

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The bride wore five stunning gowns, all designed by luxury Italian fashion house Dolce&Gabbana.

On the eve of her wedding, she donned an illusion baby-blue tulle gown and cape embroidered with cross-stitched flowers.

Lady Spencer walked down the aisle in a Victorian-inspired lace bridal gown with a high neck, long sleeves, peaked shoulders, a corseted bodice, a full lace skirt with a train, and a dramatic cathedral-length veil.

The way she loved the gown, she even publicly thanked the designers on Instagram.

“Thank you from the bottom of my heart Domenico & Stefano for creating a gown beyond my wildest dreams for the most important day of my life. There are no words that could ever express my gratitude to @dolcegabbana,” she said.

And for the evening reception, she changed into a double organza hand-painted silk gown embellished with flowers and crystals.

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For the dance, she slipped into a beaded mini dress with glittering silvers and golds.

On Sunday, she wore a green and white dress with sequins, ribbons and tiny floral embroideries.

Although the wedding was attended by prominent figures, including Pixie Lott, Viscountess Emma Weymouth, Jade Holland Cooper, Mark Vandelli and Sabrina Elba, it is reported that Lady Spencer’s cousins the Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex and their wives did not attend.

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