Lady Amelia Windsor
Lady Amelia Windsor attended Dior's haute couture show in Paris. Pictured: Windsor attends the Bottega Veneta Fall/Winter 2018 fashion show at New York Stock Exchange on Feb. 9, 2018 in New York City. Getty Images/Dimitrios Kambouris

Lady Amelia Windsor recently headed to Paris for Dior's fashion show.

The so-called world's most beautiful royal attended the Dior presentation at the Haute Couture show in Paris on Monday. Windsor showed up in a stunning red sundress from the fashion house and sat in the front row. Her dress featured an off-the-shoulder style with a vertical stripe and floral design on the pleated skirt. She paired it with open-toed sandals and painted her nails red to match her outfit.

Based on the photos shared by Daily Express, Windsor accessorized with a white clutch bag. She also wore a minimal makeup, combed her thick eyebrows, added shimmery gold eyeshadow and swept her hair back in a low chignon.

Windsor shared a photo of her look during the event on Instagram. "@dior Haute Couture en rouge et blanc. A beautiful tribute to les ateliers and the iconic silhouettes of Dior," she wrote in the caption.

Windsor was not invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding back in May. She is the daughter of George Windsor, Earl of St. Andrews, and Sylvan Tomaselli. She is currently 36th in line to the throne.

Although Windsor was not among the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding guests, she shared Markle's drive for promoting women's empowerment. In fact, she made a statement at the Serpentine Summer Party by attending without shaving her underarm hair.

Windsor was spotted at the event with Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice. She wore a pink, white and gray minidress with metallic threading and pink sandals with a crystal buckle. During the sighting, she also flaunted her minimalist tattoos.

Back in April, Windsor shared a photo of the "woman power" symbol to celebrate International Women’s' Day. The snap is associated with "radical feminism" in the 60s and 70s. Outside the image are the phrases "women unite," "solidarity with women's struggles all over the world."

"Everyday Everywhere #internationalwomensday #womensrights #genderequality," the young royal wrote in her caption.

Markle is also an active advocate for women's rights and empowerment. The former "Suits" star became a feminist when she was just 11 years old and continues to support the causes for and of women today.​