Lady Amelia Windsor Makes Her Début At The Ball Des Débutantes

  December 2, 2013 at 3:09 pm by

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Lady Amelia Windsor, the daughter of the Earl and Countess of St Andrews, made her début into society at the Ball des Débutantes in Paris.

Also in attendance were Kyra Kennedy, President John F. Kennedy’s great-niece; Akshita Bhanjdeo, a member of India’s Bhanja Dynasty; Monica Urquijo Zobel, an It Girl from the Philippines; Rebecca Eu, the daughter of a Chinese healthcare company chief; and Francesca Packer Barham, the granddaughter of Kerry Packer and Romy David.

Lady Amelia Windsor was born on 24 August 1995 at the Rosie Hospital in Cambridge and is the youngest daughter and child of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews and his wife, Sylvana Windsor, Countess of St Andrews; née Sylvana Palma Tomaselli. She is the granddaughter of the Duke and Duchess of Kent and has two elder siblings; Edward Windsor, Lord Downpatrick (born in 1988) and Lady Marina-Charlotte Windsor (born in 1992).

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One Response to Lady Amelia Windsor Makes Her Début At The Ball Des Débutantes

  1. Lady Amelia Windsor, I wish you the very best debut into Society,
    Don Carlos Fernando de Acosta

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