Luxembourg Wedding: The Norwegian Royals

Royal Hats Most of the Norwegian Royal Family also attended this wedding. Queen Sonja looked great in a large woven cream pillbox (that would have looked even better without the droopy side netting trim) and matching cream suit.

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Crown Princess Mette-Marit must be confused about what actually constitutes a hat or a fascinator because she showed up with a navy Prada headband. It might be a fancy headband but that doesn’t change the reality that it’s still a headband. She wore it back in May this year for King Herald and Queen Sonja’s 75th birthdays (which was a more informal outdoor celebration) and I think this headgear is best saved for more informal events.

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Princess Martha Louise, who is infamous for some of her past zany fashion, was the belle of the ball in the gorgeous “Lumos” hat designed by Silvia Fletcher for Lock & Co. in grey. I understand that many would consider this hat more than a little unusual but it looked astounding on her and I absolutely loved it!

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One thought on “Luxembourg Wedding: The Norwegian Royals

  1. Queen Sophia’s dress is making me dizzy with the lines going every which way! Her hat’s netting is sad and that is all I am going to say. I liked MM’s dress. Since I am writing about this year’s after the fact and she has gone for these headbands a lot lately. I have heard she suffers from migraines and hats cause these horrible headaches I will give her a pass. Martha Louise look is one of the best I have ever seen on her even with that little fedora shape in the middle of her hat. 🙂

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