The 27-year-old model is taking the fashion world by storm.
Meet Lady Kitty Spencer, the stylish Brit with a royal connection.
The eldest daughter of Princess Diana's brother Charles Spencer, Kitty was just six when her aunt died tragically in a car crash.
Kitty, who was spotted at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding, recently walked the ramp for Dolce & Gabbana's latest collection.
Tatler, a British literary and society journal, has named her as 'one of the most eligible girls in Britian', and she is friends with Irish milliner and London based fashion designer Philip Treacy.
Scroll down to find out more about her.
Modelling is in her genes! Kitty with her mother Catherine Victoria Aitken, a former fashion model.
The mother-daughter duo posed for the cover of Harpers & Queen in 1992, when Kitty was just a year old. Photographs: Courtesy @kitty.spencer/Instagram
She simply adores animals.
Jewellery brand Bulgari's latest brand ambassador, the blue-eyed model is big on philanthropic work.
She grew up in South Africa, where she first studied psychology and English literature and later pursued a master's degree in luxury brand management in England.
She loves to travel and is a certified jet-setter. This pic was taken at Orpheus Island, Australia.
She never wanted to become a fashion model.
When Kitty was in England, she took up modelling jobs for friends, and that's when she got addicted to the fashion world.
Represented by Storm Model Management, which handles the work of supermodels Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne, Kitty has rubbed shoulders with supermodels like Naomi Campbell on the ramp.
Kitty is a favourite of Italian designer Domenico Dolce. She made her runway debut in 2017 by walking the ramp as an ambassador for the fashion brand.
Kitty attended Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding in a green dress and matching Philip Treacy hat.
People, who were fascinated by the budding model, made her picture viral and in just a few hours, Kitty's Instagram followers list grew to over 3 lakh. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/Reuters
The 'fresh new face of British fashion', she has graced several mag covers and modeled for international magazines like Elle Russia and Marie Claire Espana.
Her favourite designer is Philip Treacy.
Green is clearly her favourite colour. She loves 'bold colours, fun jewellery and something that adds a touch of irreverence.'