Queen Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh were joined in Windsor by The Duke of Cambridge this morning to unveil the Windsor Greys Statue. This statue marks the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation last year and pays homage to the important role played by Windsor Greys in the ceremonial life of the Royal Family and Great Britain.
For this occasion, Queen Elizabeth repeated a creamy white coat and coordinating hat with mushroom brim (vented on one side), side feather spray and braided sash around the crown.
It is a larger hat than we usually see on Her Majesty and I think the high crown set the proportions of this hat askew. With her snow-white hair, I also think the Queen looks better in a little colour. My verdict of this hat? Fine… but not memorable (and certainly not as memorable as those beautiful horses). I am interested to hear what you, dear readers, thought of this
Photos from Getty as indicated