Japan’s Prince Fumihito and Princess Kiko travelled to Brazil last week for an official visit related to the 140th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between these two countries. On Monday, January 27, 2014, the royal couple put a wreath at Commemorative Monument to Japanese Inmigration to Peru at Campo de Marte in Lima. Princess Kiko wore a smart white square-crowned hat with small upturned brim for this event.
Last Friday, Princess Kiko payed homage to Argentina’s national hero Gen. Jose de San Martin in Buenos Aires. She wore a similarly shaped hat in black with a wide velvet band around the crown. Neither of these hats are particularly interesting- a slight disappointment after the vibrant and more daring hats we saw from the Japanese royal ladies at New Year (see here and here).
What do you think of these two hats?