‘I wish I spent more time with her’ Princess Diana’s twin nieces share special memories
Diana told her sons to be 'true to each other' says expert
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The 29-year-old twins Lady Amelia and Lady Eliza Spencer were only young children when their aunt passed away but the pair revealed they still have “special memories” of the late Princess of Wales. Lady Amelia and Lady Eliza Spencer are the daughters of Diana’s younger brother Earl Spencer, 57.
Speaking to HELLO! about their move to the British capital, the twins said they plan to “embrace all that London has to offer”.
Lady Eliza told the magazine: “Sadly we were very young when she passed away, we were only five.
“Of course, I would have loved to have been able to spend more time with her.
“I do have some special memories of her.
“I can’t explain why, but they’ve stuck very clearly in my mind.”
Lady Amelia is soon to be married to long time boyfriend, Greg Mallett, who announced the move to London last month on Instagram.
Quickly following in her twin sister’s footsteps, Lady Eliza, also decided to move.
Lady Amelia, who will live just 20 minutes away from her sister, said: “It feels very exciting to finally have made the move.
“London will challenge and inspire us.”
The twins are first cousins to the Dukes of Sussex and Cambridge and attended the nuptials of both Kate and William and Meghan and Harry.
Experts have predicted, WIlliam and Harry will be invited to Lady Amelia’s wedding.
Speaking about the close relationship with her sister, Lady Eliza said: “We feel very lucky to have been born with a best friend.
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“It’s true what they say, there’s such a unique bond between twins.
“Wherever we go, our sibling bond is unbreakable. The future is bright and this is only the beginning.”
The comments come just weeks after a statue honouring Princess Diana’s life and legacy was unveiled at Kensington Palace on what would have been her 60th birthday.
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