Tying Up Royal Ascot 2014

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Royal Ascot 2014 brought another week of marvelous and mystifying hats! Here are the royal hats we saw:

Royal Ascot Day 1

Queen Elizabeth, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, Princess of Jordan, Sheikha of Dubai
Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Princess Anne, Zara Phillips Tindall, Countess of Wessex
Viscountess Linley,  Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Michael of Kent

Royal Ascot Day 2

Queen Elizabeth, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, Princess of Jordan, Sheikha of Dubai
The Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne, The Countess of Wessex,
Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Michael of Kent, Lady Brabourne

Royal Ascot Day 3 (Ladies’ Day)

Queen Elizabeth, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, Princess of Jordan, Sheikha of Dubai
Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Princess Anne, The Countess of Wessex

Royal Ascot Day 4

Queen Elizabeth, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, Princess of Jordan, Sheikha of Dubai|
Lady Sarah Chatto, Lady Helen Taylor, Countess of St. Andrews

Royal Ascot Day 5

Queen Elizabeth, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie
Princess Badiya El Hassan of Jordan

Poll: The Best Royal Hat at Ascot 2014 (See results here)

Royal Ascot 2014 | Royal Hats

My deepest thanks again to British Milliner Katie Vale and American milliner Jill Courtemanche for joining us all week to share their thoughts on this year’s millinery. I officially sign off Ascot coverage with a hat designed by Stephen Jones. While it was worn on a non-royal head at Ascot this week, it captures the millinery spirit of this event so well I just had to share.

Stephen Jones designPhoto from Stephen Jones

7 thoughts on “Tying Up Royal Ascot 2014

  1. Thanks for all you hard work coordinating per multiple time zones and providing us with fun and larks! You must e done in! The Queen on te other hand – oh no she’s at it again, in Northern Iteland now. I bet she’s dying to put her feet up at Balmoral!

    • Thanks, JamesB. I’m so glad you enjoyed the coverage! I will catch up on the rest of the royal hats we’ve missed in the meantime today and tomorrow.

  2. Many thanks to you and your guest for all your coverage. It is great being able to see all the royal hats gathered together, and it must be a lot of hard work – much appreciated.

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