Princess Diana’s nieces, twin sisters Lady Eliza and Lady Amelia Spencer stun in bold red gowns at Melbourne Cup

PRINCESS DIANA’S nieces wore matching bold red outfits as they attended the Melbourne Cup.

Lady Eliza and Amelia Spencer stunned in their outfits at Flemington Racecourse.

SplashPrincess Diana’s nieces Lady Eliza and Amelia Spencer stunned at the Melbourne Cup[/caption]

SplashThe twin-sisters wore bold red outfits for the outing[/caption]

SplashThey were invited as judges for this years Fashions in the Field competition[/caption]

The twin-sisters were invited to judge contestants for the Fashions in the Field competition.

The competition has hundreds of entrants every year.

They enter in the hope of being crowned the “Best Dressed” and “Best Suited”.

It takes place before the start of the horse race, which has been held on the first Tuesday of November since 1876.

Lady Eliza, 31, wore an ankle-length gown that sat off the shoulder.

She completed her outfit with a thin golden headpiece which draped down over her face.

Meanwhile Lady Ameila, also 31, wore a skater-style dress with short sleeves.

She paired it up with red stilettos and a flower headband.

SplashLady Eliza wore a thin gold headpiece[/caption]

SplashWhile Lady Amelia wore a flower headband[/caption]


The twins appearance at the Melbourne Cup comes after they attended a fashion show marking the 50th anniversary of designer Marc Cain in September.

This years race was won by Without A Fight to give jockey Mark Zahra back-to-back victories.

AFPLady Eliza and Amelia were judging the ‘Best Dressed’ and ‘Best Suited’ in Melbourne[/caption]

GettyMark Zahra won the race this year with Without A Win[/caption]

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