Pics: Princess Diana's niece marries SA billionaire in lavish wedding ceremony

Pics: Princess Diana's niece marries SA billionaire in lavish wedding ceremony

Lady Kitty Spencer wore five gorgeous gowns during her wedding weekend in Italy. The model married 62-year-old retail billionaire Michael Lewis. 

Lady Kitty Spencer
Lady Kitty Spencer / Dolce&Gabbana (Instagram screengrab)

Princess Diana's niece, Lady Kitty Spencer, and South African-born billionaire Michael Lewis said their I do's this past weekend. Lewis is a chairperson of the Foschini Group. 

The newlyweds threw a lavish wedding ceremony in Frascati, Italy, for close family and friends. Her cousins, Prince Harry and Prince William, did not appear to attend the nuptials. The 30-year-old's father Charles Spencer was also absent. 

Lady Kitty Spencer walked down the aisle in a Dolce & Gabbana gown.  

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The Victorian-inspired lace bridal gown was one of several Dolce & Gabbana looks she wore during her wedding weekend.

Kitty made her debut as a catwalk model during a 2017 Dolce & Gabbana show. She is said to be an ambassador for the Italian fashion house. 

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Kitty has spent a lot of time in South Africa. The family has been visiting the country since 1995. Kitty's sisters, Lady Amelia and Lady Eliza, recently spoke to Tatler about growing up in SA. 

They were just five when their aunt, Princess Diana, died.

"'We always just knew her as our aunt. Growing up in South Africa, I really had very little idea of how significant she was in the world until I was much older," Eliza told the publication about her famous aunty. 

Amelia is engaged to her UCT sweetheart, Greg Mallett. The couple have been together for 12 years. 

Greg popped the question at Clouds Wine & Guest Estate in Stellenbosch last year. Amelia hinted that they would possibly have a wedding in both Cape Town and the Spencer family home, Althorp House. 

"It’s our family home, it’s beautiful. We would be very lucky to get married there, but Cape Town is where we grew up and there is a possibility that we might do it here, too," she said. 

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Main image courtesy of Instagram/@dolce&gabbana

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