Lady Kitty Spencer stuns fans in sheer fairytale gown during luxury Italian escape

"You look like a Princess!"

Lady Kitty Spencer looks like she's having a fabulous time mingling with the fashion pack in Italy, recently attending the Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda show in Florence wearing the most beautiful frothy gown!

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Taking pride of place on the front row next to model Monica Belluci, the daughter of Earl Spencer looked breath-taking in the sheer dress, which featured dramatic floral details and pretty lace overlays. 

"@dolcegabbana Alta Moda with @monicabellucciofficiel #dgaltamoda #dglovestuscany," she simply captioned her photo.

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Friends and fans were quick to compliment her incredible gown, with close friend Marchioness Emma Weymouth writing: "Dream dress," to which one fan replied: "Isn't it just."


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Kitty shared the gorgeous snap from the D&G fashion show

Another follower added: "This dress! And you with Monica… beyond stunning," and a further said: "Omg! Kitty, you look like fairytale princess!! Amazing dress."

The glamorous event saw a number of Dolce and Gabbana's loyal customers and collaborators jet to Italy for the lavish affair, which included the Alta Moda fashion show - a lavish catwalk showing off the fashion house's latest offering.

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Kitty shared a number of photographs from her stay in Florence, including the Alta Satoria event which saw her wearing a gorgeous beaded pencil dress from the brand.


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In other snaps, she posed in another beautiful dress, this time a floral one-shoulder design with a flattering tie waist.

She captioned her post: "What a joy to see the @dolcegabbana magic in Florence - a place that will always hold great sentiment for me, as it is the first city I moved to after studying and somewhere that I was lucky enough to call home for a while."