Queen Elizabeth attended a service at Crathie Kirk Church today in Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the start off WW I. She repeated a white straw stovepipe hat trimmed with a spray of feathers on the side and a white satin braid around the base of the crown. It’s not my favourite hat as the crown feels disproportionately high for Her Majesty’s petite frame but this white ensemble felt fitting for today’s commemoration.
For those of you curious about Prince Philip’s whereabouts today, he attended a separate service at Sandringham church. Unlike his son and grandson, he was not dressed in uniform.
Photos from Getty as indicated