Meet The Millennial Royals On The Dolce & Gabbana FROW


by Elizabeth Bennett |
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For their AW18/19 Milan show Dolce & Gabbana once again enlisted a number of their favourite royals to sit on the front row. Dressed head-to-toe in D&G pieces, the chosen members of royalty took in the extravagant show that included handbags flying down the catwalk attached to drones.

Taking centre stage on the FROW was Princess Diana’s niece and cousin of Prince William and Prince Harry, Lady Kitty Spencer. A close friend of both Domenico and Stefano, Spencer has previously both walked in shows and starred in campaigns for the Italian brand.

Spencer was sat next to Emma Thynn, otherwise known as Viscountess Weymouth, who is married to Viscount Weymouth, the heir to the Longleat estate. The couple, who have one child, were stars of the BBC documentary series, All Change At Longleat.

On Spencer’s other side were the daughters of one of Scotland's most aristocratic families, the four Moncreiffe sisters, Eliza, Lily, Idina and Alexandra.

While on her right were the Manners sisters, Ladies Violet, Alice, and Eliza. The daughters of the Duke Of Rutland and known as the ‘no-manners’ sisters, they live with their respective partners at Belvoir Castle on their 15,000 acre Leicestershire estate.

Other famous faces on the FROW included artist at Tatler cover girl, Lady Sabrina Percy, and Suki Waterhouse’s sister, Maddi Waterhouse.

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