Royal Family news: Lady Amelia Windsor steps out to support sustainable fashion in London | Royal | News
Lady Amelia Windsor, famously dubbed the “most beautiful” woman in the Royal Family, has been spotted championing sustainable fashion during a glamorous London event.
Lady Amelia, 27, has carved out her own career as a model and a high-profile socialite.
The royal, who is 42nd in line to the throne, is a member of the extended Royal Family.
She is a cousin to Princes William and Harry, and her grandfather was a cousin of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Lady Amelia stepped out in central London on Thursday evening in a black mini dress, knee-high black leather boots and tights.
She joined SALOME, a sustainable jewelery brand, for the launch of a new earring bearing her name.
Profits from the sales of the vegan pearl earrings will go towards the Cross River Gorilla Project, a charity of which Lady Amelia is a patron.
The exhibition at the MTArt Gallery partnered with artist Claire Luxton to make the Natural Renaissance Collection, working to spotlight the extinction of wildlife.
Lady Amelia was pictured in front of a Renaissance-style depiction of the royal, wearing the same earrings she showed off in photographs.
Back in 2016, she was lauded by Tatler magazine as being the “most beautiful” member of the Royal Family.
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Lady Amelia is now a contributing editor for the same magazine that propelled her into the spotlight in 2016, and also uses her time to promote causes close to her heart.
This includes championing sustainable fashion brands, which are often showcased on her Instagram page.
She attended the Queen’s state funeral back in September, looking sombre in a black veil.