Everything you Need to Know About Princess Diana’s Stunning Niece

Lady Kitty Spencer didn’t choose to be famous but she had no choice in the matter because of the worldwide interest in her late aunt, Princess Diana. However, Spencer is famous and interesting in her own right.

Her parents ensured she had a sheltered childhood away from media attention, but now she’s embracing that attention and using it as a powerful tool to create change. She’s also broken free from the shadows of her family ties and become known for things completely unrelated to her royal relatives.  “The List” periodical has revealed all the facts that you need to know about her.

1.She had an amazing childhood in South Africa

Her parents made the decision to relocate their family from England to South Africa, and Spencer feels this was a great decision. She told Vanity Fair it was “an amazing place to grow up and have a childhood.”  She added, “Obviously, I’ve always felt tied to London and I’ve always felt British and the other family’s here”.

2.She loves school and “tried to prolong that for as long as possible”

She’s not exaggerating about this because according to the publication she first studied politics, literature, and psychology at university in South Africa, then she packed her bags and went to Italy to study Italian and art history, and finally finished this up with a master’s degree in luxury brand management in England.

3.She’s competitive and hates to be idle

She expressed her feelings on this during an interview with The Telegraph, saying, “All my siblings were sporty but I focused on the academics. People think I’m not competitive because I’m not sporty, but actually I am. I always need to be doing something; I don’t want to be idle.”

4.She never, ever Googles herself

During one of the interviews Spencer said “I don’t read articles about myself, whether they are positive or negative.I just don’t believe in entertaining any sort of negative energy in that way; I know it’s not good for the mind.”

5.She believes social media can be “dangerous” for young girls

She regularly uses Instagram, but also thinks about the impact that platforms like this have on young girls. She said, “It’s an edited, filtered version of life. Younger girls think that’s reality and something that they can strive for, and if they fall short of that then they’ve somehow failed.”

6.Modeling lets her “live in a little bit of a fairy tale”

Spencer has special approach to modeling. For her, it’s about a lot more than posing in front of cameras and looking pretty.

7.She’s loyal to her famous royal cousins

In fact, her relationship with her famous royal cousins is something Spencer refuses to discuss during interviews.

She explained “Out of respect for them, I can’t discuss them, sorry. This is the way it has always been.”

It’s nice to know that loyalty still exists within some famous families.