Princess Diana's niece Amelia Spencer shares bachelorette photos ahead of wedding

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Amelia Spencer.
Amelia Spencer.
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Princess Diana's niece Lady Amelia Spencer will marry Greg Mallett in the coming weeks, he previously shared, per Town & Country, and gearing up for the big day, Spencer shared photos of her "dream bachelorette" party.

Amelia is the daughter of Charles Spencer, Princess Diana's brother, and Victoria Aitken, and her fiancé, a health and fitness professional, is the brother of Fiona Viotti, who you'll remember was embroiled in the Bishops sex scandal.

The two met while studying at The University of Cape Town and got engaged in 2020.

Amelia grew up in South Africa along with her siblings, Lady Eliza Spencer, Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp, and Lady Kitty Spencer.

Kitty tied the knot in 2021 when she married South African-born business tycoon Michael Lewis in front of family and friends at the Villa Aldo Brandini in Italy.

Amelia's wedding, however, will likely be in South Africa. She previously mentioned Althorp, Diana's home growing up, as a possible destination, but telling Tatler in 2021, she added: "Cape Town is where we grew up, and there is a possibility that we might do it here too."

Amelia's bachelorette was held in Cape Town, and saw her pose with her twin sister, Eliza, with an ocean view in the background.

"I cannot wait to marry you," Mallett commented on the post.   

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