Princess Diana's niece Kitty Spencer shares new photos of fairytale wedding to SA-born Michael Lewis

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  • Princess Diana's niece, Kitty Spencer, married SA-born Michael Lewis in Italy over the weekend.
  • "Amore. Per Sempre," she captioned a photo of the two on their wedding day.
  • The Foschini Ltd chairman wears a white tuxedo and black bow tie in the photo, while Kitty wears a Dolce & Gabbana gown reminiscent of royal bridal looks before.

Kitty Spencer and Michael Lewis tied the knot during a beautiful ceremony at the Villa Aldo Brandini in Italy over the weekend.

The celebrations were attended by the bride's brothers Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp and Samuel Aitken, who walked her down the aisle, while her twin sisters Eliza and Amelia – Amelia is also engaged to be married to her UCT sweetheart, Greg Mallett – and Viscountess Emma Weymouth and her husband Ceawlin Thynn, the Marquess of Bath. Famous faces included Pixie Lott, Idris Elba's wife Sabrina, and Made In Chelsea star Mark Vandelli.

Princess Diana's niece, the daughter of Charles Spencer and Victoria Aitken, first got engaged to SA-born businessman, and the chairperson of Foschini Ltd, Michael Lewis, in January 2020.

"Amore. Per Sempre," Kitty Spencer captioned a photo with her husband on their wedding, which translates to: "Love. Forever."


Kitty tagged Dolce & Gabbana in her wedding photos – the fashion house designed several looks for the bride.

Her wedding dress and veil in particular, though, were reminiscent of royal bridal looks before.

The Prince and Princess of Wales return to Bucking
Princess Diana and Prince Charles (Photo: Getty Images)
Prince William, Kate Middleton
Prince William and Kate Middleton
meghan markle

People notes a similarity to her aunt Diana's voluminous shoulder detail, the delicate lace-work on Kate Middleton's dress and the gorgeous statement veil of Meghan Markle.


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