Princess Diana’s nieces look stunning in contrasting gowns

Princess Diana’s nieces look stunning in contrasting gowns

Princess Diana’s twin nieces, Lady Amelia and Eliza Spencer, dazzled in stunning gowns at a star-studded air ambulance charity gala.

The Spencer sisters looked fabulous in contrasting dresses at the black and white gala dinner held at Raffles London at the OWO (Old War Office).

Lady Amelia and Lady Eliza, both 31, opted for sleek looks with their blonde hair styled into ballerina-style buns. Eliza wore a slim-fitting white dress with bow detailing and jewels around the bodice, while Amelia complemented her sister’s look with a glittering black dress.

At the event, Prince William expressed his gratitude for the nation’s « kind messages of support » for his wife and father.

In his speech, he said these comforting words meant a lot to his family following Princess Kate’s hospitalisation and King Charles’ cancer diagnosis.

The Spencer twins turned heads in matching silver outfits at the Fashion Awards 2023 last December. They chose stunning gowns by Gyunel Couture for the event at London’s Royal Albert Hall, looking effortlessly flawless in their glamorous attire.

Amelia turned heads in a long, shiny silver dress with a corset top. Eliza wore a shorter version of the dress with a big flower on the bottom. She also wore a mesh cape with a fancy collar.

Amelia wore a bright red necklace and earrings from Boodles to add some colour to her outfit. She pulled her blonde hair back into a neat ponytail, while Eliza chose a tidy bun.

Both girls wore glamorous makeup, including silver eyeshadow to match their dresses. Eliza added a pair of elegant silver shoes from Gina Shoes to her outfit.

The Prince of Wales had a busy day, handing out over 50 honours on behalf of the King. The King is currently recovering at Sandringham after his first cancer treatment, while Kate is at home following abdominal surgery.

Taking a break from caring for his wife and three children at Windsor, the Prince undertook a day of engagements, including an investiture at Windsor Castle and a charity fundraising event.

The Prince, who served as an air ambulance pilot in East Anglia, has been the organisation’s patron since 2020. During his speech, he said: « I’d like to take this opportunity to say thank you, also, for the kind messages of support for Catherine and for my father, especially in recent days.

« It means a great deal to us all. It’s fair to say the past few weeks have had a rather ‘medical’ focus. So I thought I’d come to an air ambulance function to get away from it all! »

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