Cape Town was the scene where Lady Diana’s niece, Amelia Spencer, and fitness guru, Greg Mallett, said the “yes” that united them in holy matrimony, after getting engaged in 2020.

The impressive ceremony, which was attended by her brothers Lady Eliza Spencer, Lady Kitty Spencer and Samuel Aitken, began shortly before sunset on a hill in the South African metropolis, which the bride had specially chosen.

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“It means a lot to get married here…all my and Greg’s happiest moments as a couple are here,” the 30-year-old told Hello!

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This was the magical and intimate wedding of Lady Diana’s niece

The event began with a pre-wedding, in the garden of a luxury residence overlooking the sea which, according to the Daily Mail, is La Cotte Farm.

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Amelia wore an elegant, form-fitting satin dress with halters and straps that tied behind her neck, and her blonde hair was tied in an elegant bun.

Until now, the only photos of Amelia and Greg’s wedding were those shared by their close friends on Instagram stories.

As Tatler reported, luminous floating orbs were released after dark to create a romantic and magical atmosphere in which she and Greg were the protagonists.

After the couple shared their long-awaited kiss at the altar, the celebration continued with an after-hours tour of the South African city.

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Amelia Spencer and Greg Mallett met more than 10 years ago

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Lady Diane’s niece and her sisters moved to Cape Town with her parents Victoria Aitken and her first husband Earl Spencer because of the media scandals surrounding the ‘People’s Princess’.

After her mother divorced, the girls were raised in South Africa, where Amelia’s love for a personal trainer she met at the University of Cape Town blossomed.

“I’ve been dreaming of seeing Amelia walk down the aisle for 14 years,” said 33-year-old Greg.