Princess Diana’s nieces Lady Eliza and Amelia Spencer stun at London Fashion Week

Princess Diana’s twin nieces Lady Amelia and Lady Eliza Spencer put on glamorous displays as they attended the David Koma SS23 show during London Fashion Week.

The twins, 29, attended the event on Sunday in eye catching cutout mini dresses as they posed for the cameras while sat on the front row ahead of the Queen’s funeral.

They are not believed to be attending the funeral but were guests at the wedding of their cousin Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey in 2011. Lady Eliza and her brother Louis were also present at cousin Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s nuptials in May 2018 but Amelia was missing.

Amelia stood out from the crowd in a busty white mini dress flashing a black bra through a large chest cutout boasting pink feathers.

The beauty elevated her frame in a pair of gold heels and carried her belongings in a black and silver dazzling clutch.

Amelia slicked her long blonde tresses up in a high ponytail revealing a chic pair of drop earrings.

Meanwhile her twin Eliza looked nothing short of sensational in a short black mesh paneled dress which donned one sleeve.

She beamed while flashing half of a sparkling silver bralette and strutted her stuff in a pair of strappy jeweled towering heels.

Like her sister Eliza slicked her locks up in a stylish ponytail and carried her belongings in a black velvet clutch.

Princess Diana’s nieces sat front row at the fashion show ahead of the Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral on Monday.

The pair have not shared any public tribute to the late Monarch following her death last week.

Eliza, and Amelia are the children of Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer. The pair were just five years old and living in South Africa when their aunt died.

They share another sister Kitty and brother, Louis Spencer. Samuel is their half brother and the son of Victoria Aitken – who was previously married to Earl – and her second husband Jonathan Aitken.

The sisters have three further younger half-siblings from their father’s second and third marriages.

They grew up with their father and mother Victoria Aitken in Constantia but spent significant time in the UK after their parents split and Charles moved back to the family’s seat, Althorp.

The Queen’s funeral is expected to be the most-watched event ever televised, with tens of thousands expected to line the streets to say goodbye to the Queen, who reigned for more than 70 years before passing away at Balmoral last Thursday.

Police are preparing a ‘ring of steel’ around central London to protect the royal family and hundreds of world leaders and dignitaries at the event, which takes place tomorrow morning and is expecting to see crowds up to eight feet deep.

The Queen’s coffin will leave Westminster Hall, where it is currently lying in state, at 10.44am on Monday, before the funeral service beings at 11am at Westminster Abbey in front of 2,000 people in the venue.

The service will be streamed on TV and on big screens across the country, including in Windsor and London’s Hyde Park.

Meanwhile the front of Buckingham Palace has been closed off overnight, with visitors no longer able to access the main gates, even to lay tributes.

It comes as hundreds of global leaders including US President Joe Biden began making the journey to the UK yesterday ahead of the funeral.

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