Lady Amelia Windsor and Lady Kitty Spencer wow at Royal Academy of Arts Exhibition

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The royal was also joined by Lady Kitty Spencer as the pair attended the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2021 Preview Party on Tuesday. Lady Amelia, 26, wore a bold black dress with chunky black shoes, which she accessorised with a white bag and drop earrings.

Being a Dolce & Gabbana model, Lady Amelia is no stranger to the red carpet.

However, Lady Kitty, 30, went for a more traditional look, opting for a stunning bright dress.

The event on Tuesday was hosted to raise funds for the Academy and RA schools.

It was chaired by Grayson Perry CBE RA and Batia Ofer and before selling out, tickets went on sale for £425.

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The annual event “is a celebration of contemporary art and architecture”, according to the Royal Academy website.

“Anyone can enter their work – leading artists, household names, new and emerging talent – and it provides a platform for the artistic community to showcase what they’re doing,” the description continued.

On Tuesday, the two royals had the chance to see the work from many artists including Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Michael Armitage, Jade Montserrat, Hew Locke, Rita Keegan and Alvaro Barrington.

Self-taught artists also had the chance to appear in the much coveted exhibition, including Frantz Lamothe, Bärbel Lange and Marie-Rose Lortet.

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Members of the public also have submitted their artwork and will be able to see their work displayed in the Royal Academy.

“All this comes together in an array of art and ideas,” the description reads.

“It’s the tonic we all need this autumn.”

The exhibition will open to the public on September 22 and will be available to visit until the beginning of January next year.

People are able to visit Tuesday to Sunday and the tickets are sold for £20.

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