Lady Kitty Spencer’s glamorous European getaway has continued with a trip to a five-star Italian hotel.
Lady Kitty Spencer, 30, has spent the summer jetting between Italy, France and the UK with her husband Michael Lewis, 62, whom she married in Rome in July.
Sharing videos in her Instagram story, the Dolce and Gabbana brand ambassador revealed they are now staying at the Il San Petro Hotel in Positano, where rooms cost up to £3,590-a-night.
She described the hotel as her ‘home’ and shared videos of their meals overlooking the azure waters.
The couple also dined out at the Rosselini restaurant in Ravello, which boasts one Michelin star.
It comes after the couple were spotted in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, on the French Riviera on Tuesday.
Lady Kitty Spencer, 30, pictured, has shared snaps of her dream Italian holiday spent eating at Michelin-starred restaurant and sleeping in five-star hotels
The model and brand ambassador for Dolce and Gabbana woke up to a terrace breakfast overlooking the Mediterranean sea, pictured
Last night, Kitty enjoyed an evening of fine dining at Rissolini’s the restaurant of the Palazzo Avino, in Ravello, which boast one Michelin Star, pictured,
The 30-year-old newlywed captured her dream-holiday, starting with a few snaps of the Palazzo Avino.
The pink hotel is located high up in the hills of Ravello and offers incomparable views of the bay.
Lady Kitty shared beautiful pictures of the hotel’s pink walls and stairs which culminated in breath-taking views of the glittering water.
Dressed in an orange form-fitting cocktail dress by Dolce & Gabbana, Lady Kitty looked in her element as she took in the view from the hotel’s terrace, before sitting down for dinner at Rosselini’s.
Lady Kitty tied the knot with her long time partner Michael Lewis, 62, on July 24 in Italy, during what has now been dubbed the socialite event of the year, pictured
On Tuesday, the newlyweds were spotted in Beaulieu-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, where they stopped for a coffee
One of the fine dining restaurants affiliated with Palazzo Avino, Rosselini’s is revered for its high quality cooking, which earned it one Michelin star, and its wine list.
According to the Michelin guide, a dinner at Rosselini’s can cost between 110€ and €180 (£94 to £154) per person.
However, the views from the restaurant, which overlook the sea and the near by mountains, are priceless.
This morning, fresh from a restful night on the Italian coast, Lady Kitty shared pictures of the Il San Petro, a five-star hotel located in Positano, a charming village also located on the Amalfi Coast.
She captured the beautiful gardens of the hotel, before sharing with her fans her breakfast view.
Visiting Ravello, Lady Kitty snapped pictures of the breath-taking views of the Mediterranean sea
The socialite and model snapped her pictures from the Palazza Avino, which offers incomparable views of the bay
Captioning the idyllic scene ‘Buongiorno,’ Kitty revealed she and her husband enjoyed some down time and coffee overlooking the sea.
Lady Kitty has enjoyed a summer busy with travelling across Europe following her 24 July wedding, which was dubbed the socialite event of the year.
On Tuesday, the heiress and model was spotted in Beaulieu-Sur-Mer on the French Riviera, enjoying dinner with her husband.
The outing came just days after Lady Kitty attended the lavish wedding of Lady Jemima Herbert to her insurance broker beau Hugo Davies at Wilton House, Wiltshire over the weekend.
The Palazzo Avino, pictured, is known for its pink wall, which make it an Instagram hot spot, and its views, right
For dinner, Lady Kitty sat down at Rossilini’s the award-winning restaurant of Palazzo Avino, where she received a card from the hotel thanking her for her stay, pictured
The 30-year-old model wore a recycled £1650 carretto print silk chiffon D&G sundress teamed with a pair of oversized tortoiseshell sunglasses paired with a red leather clutch bag draped over her shoulder.
The socialite wore her blonde tresses back in a sleek low ponytail and accessorised her look with dainty gold earrings and a matching bracelet.
Kitty was among guests including Belvoir Castle’s Lady Violet Manners as she attended Lady Herbert’s wedding to Davies earlier this week.
The couple, who were ‘old friends’ before becoming romantically involved, announced their engagement in January last year but had to rearrange their nuptials twice due to the pandemic.
The hotel’s perfectly manicured leafy gardens and private terraces overlook the Mediterranean Sea
This morning, Lady Kitty took a walk along the coast, immortalising the wild flora and the views of the sea
Breakfast with a view! Lady Kitty and her husband enjoyed breakfast on their terrace overlooking the sea
Both Kitty and the bride donned two outfits to the wedding, swapping elegant day outfits for more comfy party ensembles later in the night.
In July, Lady Kitty led the glamour at a lavish London hen party for Lady Jemima, who was joined by her nearest and dearest including sisters Lady Alice and Lady Katie to say goodbye to her single life in style with a Legally Blonde-themed bash.
Lady Diana’s niece tied the knot with fashion tycoon Michael, in Rome in late July after three years together in a lavish weekend-long wedding complete with fireworks, a £20,000-a-night venue and a wardrobe full of custom D&G gowns.
Lady Kitty took her fans down her hotel’s flight of beautiful stone stair in their perfecrly manicured garden
The heiress enjoyed watching the sunset during her romantic Italian evening out with her husband
The night before the ceremony, she wore a baby-blue tulle gown and cape embroidered with cross-stitched flowers.
Her main wedding dress was an intricate floral lace design, a high neck, long sleeves and puffed shoulders.
She changed into a double organza hand-painted silk gown embellished with flowers and crystals for the wedding dinner.
Later, she wore a cocktail dress embroidered with silver and golden bead and the morning after her big day she was seen in a mikado silk dress with cutwork inserts, embellished with sequins, applique flowers and double duchesse ribbons.