Princess Beatrix Celebrates History of the Friesian Horse

Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands attended the 135th anniversary celebration of “The Friesian Horse Studbook” in Leeuwarden yesterday- a royal society dedicated to preserving the history of the Friesian Horse. For this celebration, Beatrix wore one of her signature Suzanne Moulijn designed brimless hats in shimmering gold straw.

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Designer: Suzanne Moulijn
Previously Worn: March 9, 2011

Photos from Albert Nieboer via PPE and Dutch Photo Press

5 thoughts on “Princess Beatrix Celebrates History of the Friesian Horse

  1. I’m just a bit tired of so many hats appearing just alike except for fabric choice. I would love to see a different hairstyle and hat on her, but alas, I enjoy seeing her just the same . She seems like a trule lovely person.

  2. She looks quite lovely ..I just love ,hats
    In the America we tend not 2 wear , them as often, it’s a shame , they often , (make / finish ) an outfit

  3. No one else could wear this hat and have it work! Princess Beatrix looks wonderful and I always look forward to seeing which hat she has chosen to wear.

  4. I for one love Beatrix’s hats. I think they suit her and I accept them as her signature style. I hope we continue to see her for a long time in her lovely millinery style.

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