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Lady Kitty Spencer home: Princess Diana’s niece gives fans glimpse into London mansion

Lady Kitty Spencer, 30, who works as a model and spokesmodel for jewellery brand BVLGARI has left fans speechless after providing sneak peeks into her beautiful home. Kitty is the eldest child of Charles Spencer, the younger brother of Princess Diana. After carrying out a makeover in her home, she has shared glimpses into her luxurious decor after sharing a series of snaps on Instagram.

In another shot, taken in the room from a different angle, Kitty showed off her furnishings including large wick candles, a huge chandelier and a patterned armchair.

There was also a geometric printed sofa and a large print on the wall.

Her huge square windows also had a stunning pair of neatly tucked away curtains in a cream colour.

Last February, the model shared a glimpse into her beautiful bathroom.

In this bathroom, the model showed glimpses of the white marble walls with a stunning silver chandelier hanging from the ceiling.

There was also a window behind her with a stone-coloured blind.

Showing off her BVLGARI jewellery, Kitty had a floret of roses in front of her on the counter.

One fan commented on the photo and said: “The necklace is lovely but please tell me more about this chandelier!”

A couple of years ago, she shared a snippet of herself cooking, revealing what her kitchen looked like.

The kitchen had grey worktops with a lighter grey on the walls with wooden cupboards and long silver handles.

The hob area also featured the same light grey splashback as the rest of the kitchen.

Kitty previously shared a sneak peak into her dining room which featured the same large sash windows as the rest of the house. 

In an interview with the Evening Standard, Kitty shared that the interior design of her home had cost a lot of money.

She said: “It was very important to me that my house was a home, somewhere I wanted to come back to at the end of the day, and somewhere that reflects who I am.

“I became totally absorbed in the process, from the fabrics to the joinery.

“I can’t imagine it’s something I’ll ever regret putting money into. After spending the majority of 2020 at home, I appreciate the space I’ve created now more than ever.”

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