Named the ‘most beautiful woman in the British Royal Family’ by Tatler magazine, this week Lady Amelia Windsor stole the show on the catwalk at London Fashion week.
The young royal was back at work – and back in colour – after the traditional 10-day mourning period following the Queen’s death ended on Monday.
Lady Amelia had been among the extended Royal Family attending the Queen’s funeral on Monday 19 September.
Although not a working royal, Lady Amelia is part of the famiily. The 27-year-old is the second daughter of the Earl and Countess of St Andrews.
Her grandfather is the Duke of Kent, who was the late Queen's first cousin. She’s the third cousin of Prince Harry and Prince William, and – since the Queen’s death – she’s 42nd in line to the throne.
When Lady Amelia first joined social media, she put up pictures of herself enjoying life with the future King.
One photo of Lady Windsor on her Instagram is with Prince Charles on the royal balcony and had the caption: 'Chilling with the best great-uncle ever — love you Uncle Charles!'
Of course, he’s now Uncle King Charles…
Since then, as well as mingling with her famous family, Lady Amelia has been carving out her own career in front of the cameras.
After leaving boarding school St Mary’s Ascot at age 18, she launched herself with the high profile annual Débutantes in Paris in 2013. Here daughters of Hollywood stars, royals and politicians attend a Bridgerton-like ball.
Nicknamed ‘Little Win’ (after her surname, with her sister Lady Marina Windsor known as ‘Big Win’), and simply Mel to her friends, she’d already modelled in 2010 for Hardy Amies.
At Edinburgh University she became a member of the 'Castle Crew', a party-loving set that formerly numbered Pippa Middleton, an alumna of Edinburgh.
She continued her fashion education going behind-the-scenes with an internship at Chanel, and for major fashion houses Azzedine Alaia, Dolce & Gabbana and Bulgari.
And Lady Amelia also walked for the Italian house Dolce & Gabbana, alongside Lady Kitty Spencer, the niece of Princess Diana.
She’s now signed with Storm agency, the same agency that scouted Kate Moss at the New York John F. Kennedy Airport in 1988,
The young royal is also passionate about charity. She launched a fashion line with Penelope Chilvers (whose designer’s black patent loafers she wore to the Queen’s funeral) with 20% of the proceeds donated to the War Child charity.
Watch: Lady Amelia Windsor shares her style secrets
Amelia is also an ambassador for the non-profit organisation No More Plastic and has worked with Fashion Roundtable, a sustainable fashion outlet.
But if there's one area that isn't looking so sweet, it's her love-life. Lady Amelia opened up this summer in a magazine article about how her twenties have been ‘madness’.
She added: ‘You have to learn not to be overwhelmed by life and... try to keep dancing.’ We look forward to seeing some more moves from the 'most beautiful royal' soon.