The royal wedding body language of Lady Kitty Spencer and Princess Diana is compared.


The royal wedding body language of Lady Kitty Spencer and Princess Diana is compared.

Lady Kitty Spencer, PRINCESS DIANA’S niece, married over the weekend in a magnificent Rome wedding. Diana and Kitty’s wedding photos were analyzed by a body language specialist, and the results were revealed.

Princess Diana married Prince Charles at St Paul’s Cathedral on July 29, 1981, when she was just 20 years old. Lady Kitty Spencer married her millionaire beau Michael Lewis, 62, in a lavish wedding in Rome at the weekend, four decades later.

Kitty has inherited her late aunt’s amazing beauty, and there are features of both women’s wedding days in common.

Diana’s daring puffball gown, with its seven-and-a-half-meter-long train, stunned onlookers at the time, and it remains legendary to this day.

While Kitty dazzled in a stunning white lace Dolce and Gabbana (D&G) gown, the design company shared photographs of her wearing it on Instagram.

D&G released a new video of Kitty trying on dresses ahead of her wedding day on Monday.

Kitty was also seen in flashes in the gown she wore on the big day in the video.

“On the most important day of her life, @kitty.spencer decided to wear #DolceGabbana,” the D&G post said, adding, “Revisit the exclusive hand-made gowns as we wish the bride and groom a lifetime of love and happiness.”

Judi James, a body language specialist and author, compared images of Kitty on her wedding day to those of her aunt Diana and concluded the model appears more “assertive.” Kitty was a decade older than Diana on her wedding day, and her confidence shows, according to Judi.

“These two Spencer women both married older husbands and, with Kitty’s father seemingly missing from her wedding and Diana’s day being somewhat marred by the sight of Camilla sitting in the pews, both women seem to have shared experiences of drama and rifts behind all the idyllic smiles,” the analyst told This website.

“Kitty, on the other hand, is a lovely, assertive-looking woman, whereas Diana, on her wedding day, was essentially a lovely and rather naive-looking young girl.” Kitty’s wedding has all the hallmarks of being her own gorgeous production, from the five dresses she wore to the romantic setting and poses with her husband. Diana, on the other hand, had a day that was carefully orchestrated for her.” Diana’s first kiss with Prince Charles was also carefully orchestrated. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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