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Louis Spencer


United kingdom aristocrat known to be the nephew of Princess Diana aswell as the cousin of Prince Harry. He’s the boy of Diana’s young sibling Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer. He was created in London but spent a lot of his existence in South Africa. His family members has largely remained from the limelight, but he do make a general public appearance at Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wedding ceremony in 2011. After going to Diocesan University in South Africa, he enrolled in the College or university of Edinburgh. As the eldest boy from the Earl Spencer, his formal title can be Viscount Althorp and he’ll believe the earldom once his dad passes. He, aswell as his old sisters Eleanor, Victoria, and Amelia, had been created to Charles Spencer and Victoria Lockwood. He also offers three young half-siblings. He’s a lover of Nicki Minaj and jokingly suggested to the vocalist after interacting with her at a concert.

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Full Name Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp
Date Of Birth March 14, 1994
Place Of Birth England
Profession Family Member
Education Reddam House
Nationality British
Parents Victoria Aitken, Charles Spencer
Siblings Lady Kitty Spencer, Lady Amelia Spencer, Lady Eliza Spencer, Lady Charlotte Diana Spencer
Music Groups The Winstons
Movies Swinging with the Finkels
TV Shows Celebrity Big Brother, Pineapple Dance Studios, The Jump, Louie Spence's Showbusiness
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