Meet the new generation of 'It Girls' – from Romeo Beckham's girlfriend to Princess Diana's nieces

IN the nineties and noughties, “It Girls” were known for their wild partying, skimpy outfits and outrageous social lives – and now there’s a new generation of high society influencers in town.

Fashion magazine Tatler has revealed their list of new “It Girls” to watch this year. But just how many do you recognise?

And how do they live up to the antics of their predecessors, including the likes of Lady Victoria Hervey and Tamara Beckwith, before them? 

Here, we take a closer look at the new generation of high society models set to make names for themselves this year… 

Double trouble: Lady Eliza & Lady Amelia Spencer 

Their glamorous aunt Princess Diana was one of the most famous and most photographed women in the world before her tragic death in 1997– so it’s no surprise her twin nieces Eliza and Amelia Spencer, 28, have followed in her footsteps to become society's most talked about sisters. 

The blonde-haired, blue-eyed model pair are the daughters of Earl Spencer, and their luxury lifestyles are well documented on their Instagram accounts, from growing up in a Cape Town mansion, to travelling the world. 

They have maintained their royal relationships, and caused a stir on Twitter when they attended the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey in 2011 alongside their sister Kitty.

Rock royalty: Stella Jones

When your dad is Clash guitarist Mick Jones, you’re bound to rock the world in one way or another and natural beauty Stella Jones is finding her own way of doing just that.  

From gracing the cover of Vogue to modelling for Fendi, the 18-year-old is climbing the modelling ladder to the top. 

She’s also best friends with Kate Moss’ daughter Lila, and was signed to Kate’s modelling agency having known the iconic model since she was a baby. 

Recipe for success: Evie Henderson 

Daughter of celebrated society chef Skye Gyngell, 23-year-old Evie Henderson is making a name for herself in her own right, building up her own online fashion and beauty brand. 

Tatler compares her to former flesh-flashing 90s It Girl Lady Victoria Hervey, the daughter of the 6th Marquess of Bristol.  

Her social media is littered with images showing glam restaurants and sunny exotic looking locations. 

As well as an interest in fashion, the model and actress also has a penchant for the art world.

One to Beck: Mia Regan

Signed to the renowned modelling agency Storm who discovered Kate Moss and Cara Delavingne, Mia Regan, also known to her pals as Mimi, is often seen embracing a 90s-inspired vintage style.

The 18-year-old also has another claim to fame – she’s dating football royalty David Beckham’s son Romeo, 17. 

The pair have been together since September 2019, and Mia often sports future mother-in-law Victoria Beckham’s designs. 

And having accumulated over 364k Instagram followers, the teen is one to watch. 

Priceless beauty: The Hon Delphi Primrose

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Daughter of fine art auction house Sotheby’s boss Lord Harry Dalmeny and his ex-wife Caroline Daglish, 17-year-old Delphi Primrose has also recently been snapped up by Storm modelling agency. 

In 2013, Lord Dalmeny rode in the Queen's carriage at Royal Ascot, showing his royal credentials.

The rising starlet has four siblings, including her triplet sisters, Celeste and Lavinia.  

She spent lockdown at her family pile, Dalmeny House, near Edinburgh, and according to LinkedIn, studies maths, art and history of art. 

Modelling material: Kesewa Aboah

London-born Kesewa Aboah, 26, has modelled for the likes of Michael Kors, and has also been credited as the muse for Miu Miu and Alexander McQueen campaigns.

It’s little surprise, considering her mother, Camilla Lowther OBE, is a fashion businesswoman and talent manager and her father Charles Aboah is a former fashion location scout. 

Multi-talented Kesewa is also an abstract painter and completed a BA in fine art in New York. 

Despite her striking good looks, she admits she doesn’t really wear makeup, opting for a low maintenance skin routine which involves moisturising her body with high street purchase Palmer’s Cocoa Butter. 

Singer-songwriter: March Fry

After attending £20k-a-year St James School in London, March went on to pursue a career in jazz, and released her debut EP “Sugar Moon” in 2020. 

Her music paid tribute to her mother, socialite Hannah Aspinall, who died at the age of 61 in 2019. 

The rising star is the daughter of chocolate heir Cosmo Fry, and also has her own sustainable fashion brand, Venus Tease. 

Reality TV stardom: Lady Camilla Beresford

Her father Henry Nicholas de la Poer Beresford is the 9th Marquess of Waterford, and her family own a 2,500 acre estate in Ireland, so Lady Camilla Beresford, 25, has always been destined for great things. 

Having studied fashion at Bath Spa University, Camilla launched her own fashion label, Camilla De La Poer. 

Now she regularly shares images from her life in London, at home in Ireland and on holiday to far flung destinations including the Maldives with her 5,000 Instagram followers.

Pre-pandemic, she was regularly snapped at London parties at swanky London hotspots, attending everything from fashion week to award ceremonies. 

She also appeared in MTV series The Royal World, a reality series documenting those living in high society. 

With youth and a healthy bank balance, it seems there’s nothing these well-connected socialites can’t achieve. 


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