Lady Kitty Spencer is on the cover of Town & Country’s September issue

Lady Kitty Spencer tops Town & Country’s list of 102 ‘ultimate guests’ – alongside Fleabag writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife Mackenzie

  • Princess Diana’s niece, 28, stars on cover of Town & Country September issue
  • Lady Kitty Spencer hailed as ultimate guest public want to have at any party  
  • Mackenzie Bezos, Julie Andrews and Chanel’s Virginie Viard also make lineup 

Lady Kitty Spencer has placed in Town & Country’s list of ‘ultimate guests’ – alongside the likes of actress Julie Andrews and Broadway’s new leading lady, Sophia Anne Caruso.

The British aristocrat and model, 28, from London, is the cover star of the magazine’s September Issue – which reveals the ultimate T&C guest list of 102 people that are sure to get an invite to the biggest events of the season. 

According to the publication, Princess Diana’s niece has the perfect mix of style and personality to liven up any party – while her connections to Prince William and Harry make her a fascinating person to spark up a conversation with. 

And the socialite is in great company alongside Fleabag writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 34, and Chanel’s creative director, Virginie Viard,

Also making the cut is author, philanthropist and ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Mackenzie Bezos.

Lady Kitty Spencer, 28, will be this season’s ultimate party guest, according to Town and Country’s September issue. Pictured at a Bvlgari event on July 9, 2019 in Como Lake, Italy

The British aristocrat and model is the cover star of the upcoming September issue of Town and Country magazine (pictured) 

Beanie Fieldstein, who starred in this year’s indie flick Booksmart, also made the coveted list, along with Florence Pugh, who will feature in the much-anticipated Little Women movie. 

In the more specific category of ‘dream Los Angeles dinner party’ guest, Hollywood legend Anjelica Huston, Disney’s CEO Bob Iger and newly appointed director of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Arts (MoCa) Klaus Biesenbach came up trumps.   

They are joined by Tuppence Middleton, who will star in the upcoming Downtown Abbey movie, as well as Francesca Hayward, who will soon make her big screen debut in Cats.  

For an ‘ultimate New York dinner party,’ the magazine favoured socialite Larry Milstein, Broadway producer Bee Carrozzini, Upper East Side gallerist Isabelle Bscher and investor and philanthropist Wendi Murdoch.   

Author, philanthropist and Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife Mackenzie also made the list. Pictured together at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 4, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California

Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 34, was listed as an ultimate London dinner party guest. Pictured, on day five of the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on Friday July 5

Ballerina Francesca Haywayrd, who is set to star in the upcoming Cats movie, would also make a perfect dinner guest, according to the magazine 

Actress Marisa Tomei (pictured) would be a glam addition to any Fashion Week show’s front row. Pictured, at the world premiere held at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX on June 26, 2019 in Hollywood

The magazine also put together its dream fashion week front row guest list – which included the likes of actress Marisa Tomei and Stella Banderas (Antonio’s daughter).

Instagram model Paloma Elsesser, Patti Smith, Lila Moss and Anais Gallagher also made the cut. 

According to Town and Country, Gayle King, Anderson Cooper, Olympia of Greece and Andy Cohen, are among others who would earn themselves a return invite for being great guests. 

Featuring in the line up of ‘controversial’ guests includes Robert Mueller, and Soon-Yi Previn – the step-daughter and wife of Woody Allen. 

The full list of Town and Country’s dinner guests

Here are the people Town and Country thinks will make the best party guests of the season 

Lady Kitty Spencer – aristocrat and model 

Anand Giridharadas – Time magazine editor at large

Sophia Anne Caruso – Broadway’s new leading lady 

Mackenzie Bezos – author, philanthropist and ex-wife of Jeff Bezos 

Zelda Williams – Director and daughter of the late Robin Williams 

Florence Pugh – Actress, Midsommar, Little Women 

Justine Ludwig – Creative Time’s director

Halley Feiffer – Off-Broadway rising star

Julie Andrews – Hollywood icon

Lauren Lovette – New York City Ballet star

Eric Kuhn  – social media guru and media executive

Jacqueline Woodson – author of much-anticipated Jacqueline Red Bones’ novel 

Thomasin Mckenzie – Actress

Ryan Jamaal Swain – Star of critically acclaim show Pose 

Virginie Viard – Chanel creative director

Sarah Ullman – Political filmmaker 

Kaitlin Collins – CNN’s White House correspondent 

Kimberly Drew – Curator and writer

Tony Dokoupil – Co-host of CBS’ This Morning 

Katy Tur – NBS reporter

Caitlin Dickerson – New York Time Immigration reporter

Todd von Ammon – New York City art dealer

Margaret Atwood – Author of the Handmaid’s Tale 

Ta-Nehisi Coates – Author 

Lilly Burns – TV producer behind the small screen adaptation of the First Wives Club

Emmanuel Tarpin – 25 year old and already has a jewelry line  

Ella Hunt – Stars in the new series on Emily Dickinson 

Kristine E. Guillaume – First woman to lead the Harvard Crimson 

Daniel Fish – Musical director

Laura Dreyfuss – cast members of the Politicians show

Joanna Hogg – Director

Abigail Disney – Documentary filmmaker and philanthropist 

Lily Cowles – Actress 

Shaina Taub – Lyricist of the Devil Wears Prada musical 

Matthew Lopez – playwright 

Beanie Fieldstein – Star of Booksmart 

Lorenzo Viotti – Conductor 

Isabella Hammad – Author of upcoming novel The Parisian 

Willa Fitzgerald – Actress  

Dinner Parties Dream Guests  


Maer Roshan – Editor of Los Angeles magazine

Klaus Biesenbach – Newly appointed director of MoCA

Jodie Turner-Smith – Star of the upcoming award contender Queen & Slim

Anjelica Huston – Actress and Hollywood legend

Brian Grazer – Producer and author 

Ioanna Gika – Musician

BOB IGER – Disney’s CEO

Lauren Halsey – Sculptor   



Larry Milstein, NYC socialite

Bee Carrozzini – fashion scion turned Broadway producer

Jeremy O. Harris – Yale Drama grad and playwright

Taffy Brodesser-Akner – journalist

Isabelle Bscher – chip gallerist

Wendi Murdoch – investor, philanthropist, power connector.

Glenn Lowry – The MoMA director

Eddie Izzard – Comedian



Jerry Hall – Model and actress

Charles Finch – Branding guru

Emerald Fennell working on new Cinderella musical with Andrew Lloyd Webber

Tuppence Middleton – Star of the upcoming Downton Abbey film

Martina Mondadori Sartogo – Editor of interior design magazine Cabana 

Daniel Humm – Chef 

Francesca Hayward – Royal Ballet dancer and star of Cats movie

Phoebe Waller-Bridge – Fleabag ­creator 

Controversial guests 

Michael Avenatti – Attorney 

Georgina Chapman – Fashion Designer and actress  

Hope Hicks – Former White House Communication Director for President Trump 

Lori Loughin –  Actress, producer 

Ruth Madoff – Wife of Bernie Madoff, the convicted American financial fraudster

Dan Mallory – Author and journalist who faked stories 

Robert Mueller – Former FBI director overseeing the investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Campaign  

Soon-Yi Previn –  Former step daughter and current wife of Woody Allen 

Charlie Rose – Disgraced TV host 

Guests who’ll always get invited

Deeda Blair – Socialite 

Derek Blasberg – Journalist 

Michael Bloomberg – Former New York City Mayor and business man 

Bruce Bozzi – Producer and business owner 

Andy Cohen – TV presenter 

Anderson Cooper – CNN News Anchor 

Lisa Eisner – Actress 

Tom Ford – Designer 

Cassandra Grey – Curator 

Denise Hale – San Francisco socialite 

Reinaldo Herrera – Venezuelan aristocrat and journalist 

Gayle King – TV personality 

Jeff Klein – Politician 

Aerin Lauder – Style and Image director of Estee Lauder 

Bernard-Henry Levy – French philosopher and journalist  

Olympia of Greece 

Jean Pigozzi – Art collector, photographer, designer 

Jordan Roth – Broadway theaters owner

Lauren Santo Domingo – Entrepreneur 

Diane Von Furstenberg – Fashion designer 

Talita Von Furstenberg – Socialite and fashion designer, daughter of Diane  

Dasha Zhukova – Business woman 

Dream Fashion Week Front Row 

Stella Banderas – Antonio Banderas’ daughter

Paloma Elsesser – Model 

Patti Smith – Rock legend 

Finn Wittrock – Actor 

Luka Sabbat – Hit boy

Lila Moss – Model and Kate Moss’s daughter

Marisa Tomei – Actress and former face of Celine 

Prince Nikolai of Denmark

Anais Gallagher – Fashion Editor and daughter of Noel Gallagher  

Jorja Smith – Popstar 

Guests with the same names 

Nick Cave – Sculptor and performance artist

Nick Cave – Australian Rock Star

Robert Smith – Front man of the Cure

Robert Smith – Carnegie Hall Chairman and Philanthropist 

Ron Perelman – Billionaire Businessman 

Rob Perelman – Actor 

Elizabeth Holmes – Royal fashion reporter

Elizabeth Holmes – Theranos founder 

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