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Princess Olympia and Lady Amelia Windsor hit the streets of Italy for Dolce & Gabbana campaign

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March 31, 2017
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Princess Olympia of Greece and Lady Amelia Windsor hit the streets of Palermo, Italy to shoot Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall/Winter 2018 millennials campaign. The Greek royal looked cozy on the Italian island of Sicily wearing a cheetah-like jacket seated in a chair, while the British royal worked it for the cameras directly behind Olympia.

Princess Nejla

Princess Nejla bint Asem of Jordan has partnered with Dubai-based jewellery company, Damas to launch a 16-piece collection. The collection, which includes necklaces and drop earrings, is described as a celebration of the cultures to bring the East and West together. The royal noted that she was inspired by pieces she saw as a child. "I draw my inspiration from my days as a child walking through Downton Amman and romanticising about the semi-precious stones in the shops," the Princess said. "Influenced by everything surrounding me, I grew up in an Arab and oriental environment, which helped me pave the way for designing jewellery."

When asked about what to expect from the pieces in the collection, which will be sold exclusively at the Dubai Mall's Damas store, Nejla said, "In this most recent line, you'll be able to see how I explore the artistic and cultural history of different countries, creating pieces that bring the perfect harmony between the East and West. Each handcrafted piece is a manifestation of the abstract yet somehow realistic life we are living in, each with a tale of its own from our history."


Saudi Arabian Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz made her debut as editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia in March 2017 with a stunning cover featuring Gigi Hadid as photographed by Inez and Vinoodh and styled by Brandon Maxwell. "The collage of countries across the Arab world are long-deserving of a place in fashion history,” said the royal, "and there’s no better first 'face' to lead the charge for Vogue Arabia than Gigi, a model who defines tomorrow's entrepreneurial and dynamic generation."

Photos: Getty Images, Instagram/@voguearabia


Princess Olympia of Greece is no stranger to the American label Michael Kors. The Greek royal, who has sat front row and joined the designer for dinner, starred in the brand's 2016 "The Walk" campaign.

Photo: Tommy Ton/Michael Kors


Attitude, personality and passion! Princess Caroline's son, Pierre Casiraghi looked dapper wearing Maison Valentino on the cover of L'Uomo Vogue's 2017 January Issue. The handsome nephew of Prince Albert joins a long list of Monaco royals – including his grandmother Princess Grace – with ties to fashion.

Photo: Tom Munro/L'Uomo Vogue


The Duchess of Cambridge graced the cover of British Vogue's June 2016 issue modeling a suede double-breasted coat and white shirt by Burberry paired with a green wide-brimmed hat from London vintage shop Beyond Retro. Seven photographs were taken of the Duchess of Cambridge as part of a collaboration between the publication and London's National Portrait Gallery.

Photo: Josh Olins


In 2014, Princess Grace Kelly's granddaughter Pauline Ducruet was named as skin and sun care brand Lancaster's new face for its campaigns in Asia.

In a release she said, "I am very honoured to represent Lancaster. Since I was a child, I have always heard Lancaster spoken of as a prestigious brand and I am proud to have been chosen to become its new ambassadress."

Photo: Lancaster


Charlotte Casiraghi has starred in Gucci's Forever Now ad campaign. In 2014, it was announced that the Monaco royal family member was the new face of the Italian brand's cosmetics collection.

Photo: Gucci


Princess Grace of Monaco looked regal on the cover of Vogue's March 1972 issue.

Photo: Lord Snowdon for Vogue


Talk about a fashionable hostess. Princess Charlene hosted designer Nicolas Ghesquière’s second Louis Vuitton show in 2015 at the Royal Palace in Monaco.

Photo: Rindoff/Le Segretain/Palais Princier for Louis Vuitton/French Select/Getty Images


Before her death in 1996, Princess Diana graced the cover of the fashion bible Vogue. The Princess of Wales' first cover was for the August 1981 issue. (Left: 1981, Center: 1991, Right: 1994).

Photo: Vogue


The site of Prince William and Kate's nuptials, Westminster Abbey, served as the venue in 2016 for Gucci's Cruise fashion show. The event marked the first time a runway show had ever been held at the historic London landmark.

Photo: Venturelli/Getty Images for GUCCI/ Karwai Tang/WireImage