Lady Kitty Spencer is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with when it comes to her fashion career. As well as modelling for high end brand Dolce & Gabbana; she is also a UK ambassador for Bulgari. The gorgeous nice of the late Diana, Princess of Wales has also featured in a variety of fashion shoots for high end publications and this week saw her sharing some pictures of her latest project with Marie Claire Italy. Photographed by photographer Alan Gelati, the pictures are simply stunning and the 27-year-old proudly shared them on her hugely popular Instagram page. Fans were quick to give their praise on her latest smouldering look. In one shot, the blonde showcased her porcelain-like skin and large eyes – and one follower noted: "Gorgeous – the new Twiggy", after the famous 60s icon who was known for her doll-like features.
Fans compared Kitty to supermodel Twiggy in latest pictures
The cousin of Prince William and Harry often accessorises with jewellery from Bulgari - and because she works so closely with the brand, she has access to some of the world's most decadent jewels.
On Thursday, she wore a stunning statement necklace made in gold which had green and striking leaf detail attached to it. In a separate shot, Kitty accessorised with a green cuff that feature a diamond-studded serpent and a matching cocktail ring. All the gems are part of Bulgari's Wild Pop collection which is available now. On the brand's website, it states: "Wild Pop is the quintessence of Bulgari's rule-breaking approach to jewellery. Inspired by a roaring era, Bulgari plays with rare gemstones, bold designs and fabulous craftsmanship for an entirely unexpected high jewellery collection."
Speaking about her exiting partnership with the brand, Kitty explained: "It is an immense honour to be working with the most iconic Italian jewellery brand in the world. Bulgari has always been synonymous with creativity, heritage, beauty and glamour. I am, therefore, very excited to be part of the Bulgari family, as it means experiencing their passion and magic first-hand."