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Princess Diana The twin nieces entered the royal parades during New York Fashion Week.
On Tuesday, Lady Amelia and Lady Eliza Spencer attended the fall / winter ready-to-wear show of Michael Kors. The 29-year-old sisters sat next to stars Blake Lively and Brooke Shields, and models Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid took to the catwalk to showcase the designer’s collection, inspired by the “glamor of the big city”.
While Amelia was spotted in a dress with a Dalmatian print with a matching jacket and a black clutch, Eliza wore a white suit with shiny lapels and silver boat shoes.
The twins are the daughters of Diana’s brother Charles, 9th Earl of Spencer. They were only five years old when their famous aunt passed away in 1997 at the age of 36.
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The sisters grew up in South Africa but spent considerable time in the UK after their parents separated and Charles returned to Althorpe, the family estate. Their parents were married from 1989 to 1997.
Back in March 2021, women described how Diana left a lasting mark on them.
“We always knew her as our aunt,” Eliza said Tatler Magazine. “Looking back in South Africa, I really had little idea how significant it is in the world until I got much older.”
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Eliza described Diana as “incredibly warm, motherly and loving.”
“She always sought to connect with us as a child and had a talent for reading children’s hearts,” she added.
And the mother of Princes William and Harry protected her nieces. Eliza remembered the time when a photographer approached her and her sister during a beach walk with her aunt.
“Obviously, it could have been very horrible for us when we were so young and didn’t understand what was going on,” Eliza explained. “But she turned it into a game of who can get us to the car first. It was amazing how she protected us in a way that made us feel safe rather than scared. We had no idea what she was doing at the time.”
“As a child, I realized the magnitude of the loss for my father and family,” Eliza continued. “It wasn’t until later that I realized the significance of losing her as a figure in the world.”