Posting two gorgeous photos and a video from the soirée, Kitty wrote on Instagram: “Grazie mille Stefano & @dolcegabbana for everything!! Super happy to be together again. What an unforgettable night at Cantina Antinori nel Chianti.”
She captioned her post: “What a joy to see the @dolcegabbana magic in Florence – a place that will always hold great sentiment for me, as it is the first city I moved to after studying and somewhere that I was lucky enough to call home for a while.”
Lady Kitty Spencer, 29, led the fashion pack as they descended on Florence for dinners, dancing and haute couture runway shows to showcase – and sell – the label’s latest designs to their wealthy clients. Pictured, Lady Kitty with Domenico Dolce (right) and Gui Siqueira
The diamond and pearl-encrusted Boucheron tiara, which was sewn into the bride’s hair, was originally a wedding gift to Consuelo Vanderbilt, one of the ‘Dollar Princesses’, from her father at the time of her marriage to the 9th Duke of Marlborough.
The retailer was already looking at ways to adjust to increased online sales and the decline of the high street. At the onset of the coronavirus crisis M&S said it was considering cost savings including a “more streamlined support centre, changes to leadership structure and negotiations with landlords on commercial terms on lease contracts.”
In April millionaire Sir Philip came under fire for using taxpayer money to cover the wages of 14,500 employees, with critics saying he should sell his yacht instead.
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Jade Hallyday, the adopted daughter of French Elvis Johnny Hallyday, who passed away in 2017 from lung cancer, was making the most of her last day in St Barthélemy, where she spent most of the summer with her mother Laeticia and friends
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Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, she said: I really want to give back and say thank you to the NHS as they have been so incredible and I’m so thankful to have got through the coronavirus myself