Kate Middleton Cast In Shade By 'Most Beautiful' Royal Member Lady Amelia Windsor [VIDEO]

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There is a stunning beauty in the royal family, who puts Kate Middleton in the shade. Prince William's younger cousin, Lady Amelia Windsor. She is the royal family's "breakout star" who is hitting the headlines nowadays.

Being the 36th-in-line to the throne, Amelia is getting a lot of attention for her beauty. Last year, Britain's Tatler Magazine called her 'The Most Beautiful Member Of The Royal Family' last year.

She has spent a number of years living and studying in Edinburgh, according to celebdirtylaundry. This week, she talked about her plan to spend her first year abroad with Miss Vogue Magazine. She wants to visit the US this year, where she is bound to get a lot of attention.

She said, "I want to make the most of my year abroad in Paris and Rome as part of my degree, going to Glastonbury and finally getting my driving license and plan to visit the USA for the first time ever."

Last November, she had got a lot of attention when she attended the Animal Ball with British celebrities at London's Victoria House. Wowing everyone who saw her and called her a 'beautiful creature," eyewitnesses were bowled over.

During frequent royal to-dos, she looks chic and elegant. But away from the spotlight, Lady Amelia Windsor turns into a "cigarette-smoking, cleavage-flashing" party animal. Being fond of fun, she could outrun Prince Harry and become the "wildest member of 'the Firm," according to dailymail.

There are whispers that Kate Middleton is jealous of Lady Amelia Windsor's reputation as "the most beautiful member of the royal family", although these might just be speculations, of course. Moreover, Lady Amelia is in the spotlight, and critics claim that Kate Middleton wants to vie with her not only in the beauty department, but also in being a media darling.

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