July 29, 2021 | 4:03pm
With in-person events slowly but surely returning, the British royals have been stepping out in style this summer, heading to everything from a high-profile (and high-fashion) wedding to a couple of major sporting events.
On the latest episode of “Royal Roundtable,” we’re counting down the top three royal style moments of the season.
Lady Kitty Spencer’s wedding
Princess Diana’s niece married billionaire fashion businessman Michael Lewis at a lavish villa in Rome on July 24 — wearing five custom wedding dresses, no less.
Spencer, who’s modeled for Dolce & Gabbana since 2017, dazzled in a series of over-the-top gowns from the fashion house, starting with a baby blue tulle gown and cape embroidered with cross-stitched flowers on the eve of her nuptials.
After walking down the aisle in a Victorian-inspired white lace gown that drew comparisons to both the late Princess Di’s wedding look and to Kate Middleton’s, she changed into an off-the shoulder, hand-painted dress embellished with flowers and crystals for dinner.
Spencer later hit the dance floor in a metallic cocktail dress dripping with gold and silver beads — and on Sunday, she continued to celebrate in a cutwork number adorned with tiny sequins, appliqué flowers and ribbons.
Kitty Spencer’s lavish Dolce & Gabbana dinner gown was hand-painted with flowers.
Credit: German Larkin
Spencer hit the dance floor in a metallic cocktail dress.
The fashion feast continued into Sunday with this stunning number.
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While the bride notably skipped a tiara for her big day (despite rumblings that she might wear the Spencer Tiara made famous by her aunt Diana), who really needs a crown when you’re working with five couture creations?
Kate Middleton at Wimbledon
As a patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, the Duchess of Cambridge was expected to make an appearance at the tennis tournament — and she didn’t disappoint with her courtside outfits.
Middleton kicked things off in Smythe’s navy “Duchess Blazer” ($695), a white tee, an Alessandra Rich polka-dot midi skirt ($1,030) and a Daniella Draper necklace ($1,400) inscribed with her children’s initials.
She returned for the Ladies’ Singles Final, perfectly matching Wimbledon’s famous grass court in a bright green midi dress ($1,525) from one of her favorite designers, Emilia Wickstead.
Our final score for her tennis looks? Love-love.
Prince George at the Euro 2020 finals
At just 8 years old, Kate and Wills’ eldest child is a future king and a fashion king.
To watch England compete in the Euro finals in late June, George adorably twinned with his dad, wearing an itty-bitty navy suit and tiny striped tie in the UK’s flag’s colors. Like father, like son.