MEGHAN Markle’s hairdresser has given Lady Amelia Windsor a dramatic new look.
The 23-year-old model unveiled her chic bob – which she’s dubbed the Mel-Bob – while sitting front row at the Salvatore Ferragamo London Fashion Week show today.
Gone are her flowing, glossy blonde looks and instead she’s rocking a shoulder-skimming crop.
Amelia, who is the granddaughter of the Duke of Kent and 38th in line to the throne, visited celebrity stylist George Northwood for her stylish makeover.
George, who also tends to the tresses of Alexa Chung and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, styled Meghan’s hair for her evening reception, and joined her on royal tours of Australia and Ireland.
Amelia is often spotted at society events, most recently at the Serpentine Summer Party, and models for Dolce and Gabbana.
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The royal rebel recently revealed a tattoo inked on her ribcage, adding to the tiger inking on her shoulder and three animals on her wrist.
Unlike ‘working royals’ like Meghan and Kate Middleton, Amelia is allowed to have social media accounts.
Amelia is the daughter of George Windsor, the Earl of St Andrews, and Sylvana Tomiselli.
Her father converted to Catholicism to marry her mother and relinquished his claim to the throne but the Succession Act, in 2013, meant his rights were restored.
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As well as being a model and cover girl, Lady Amelia recently collaborated with Penelope Chilvers on a shoe collection, with all profits going to War Child.
Last August, Amelia was caught strolling around Santa Eulalia in a pair of pink bikini bottoms, while holidaying with her sister Marina.
She also looked happy and relaxed as she read a book and cooled off with a dip in the sea.
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