Pouting in a bejwelled crown, Lady Amelia Windsor looked nothing short of a Renaissance princess as she posed for the camera.
While the young royal, who is 36th in line to the throne, no doubt has some dazzling jewels in her family, on this occasion the blue-blooded beauty was in fact making her campaign debut for Dolce & Gabbana.
The 21-year-old granddaughter of the Duke of Kent, the Queen's first cousin, was cast alongside Princess Olympia of Greece, celebrity offspring and a host of social media starlets for the Italian designer's Fall 2017 shoot.
The beautiful millennials left locals in awe as they descended on a square in Palermo, on Sicily, for the marketplace shoot, showcasing the brands typically opulent designs against a backdrop of fruit stalls and rundown bric-a-brac stores.
Pavlos, the Crown Prince and Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece, juts out her hip in an all-black ensemble as she brings a touch of eccentric glamour to a vegetable stand.
They were cast alongside the daughters of Hollywood royalty, including Alessandra Garcia-Lorido, the daughter of Andy Garcia, Steve Harvey's stepdaughter Lori, and Corrine Foxx, the daughter of actor and musician Jamie Foxx.
The shoot is designed to be a celebration of the millennial generation, with D&G giving a playful nod to the next wave of influencers in their designs - one clutch held by French model Sonia Ben Ammar is emblazoned with the words - 'All I need is love and wi-fi'.