This Week’s Extras

Royal Hats

Princess Kiko in a demure black pillbox hat on Tuesday for a memorial for victims of the Great Tokyo Air Raid, 70 years ago (Imperial Family of Japan)

Autumn Phillips at the final day of the Cheltenham Festival (The Daily Mail)

Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand in a pearl headpiece for the Chanel show in Paris  (Royalista)

Princess Beatrice of York in a pair of jewelled hair clips for the opening of the Alexander McQueen exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum (Getty)

Ever wonder what the inside of a royal hat looks like? An inside view of the hat Kerstin Carlefalk made for Queen Silvia’s state visit to Finland (Hatteljen Facebook Page)

Royal Hats

April will be a busy month of horse related events for the Tindalls- Mike Tindall’s horse is a contender for the Grand National and Zara Phillips is set to compete in Kentucky (Royal Central)

One thought on “This Week’s Extras

  1. This Week’s Extras was loaded with interesting royal hat stuff so thanks for finding it HatQueen. Princess Kiko looked elegant in her simple black pillbox and grey suit. Autumn Phillips looked lovely in her grey beret with black trim. Could you perhaps source some photos of it from other angles? I couldn’t seem to find any others. I loved the nod to fashion maestro Karl Lagerfeld and his signature motorcycle gloves, by Princess Sirivannavari and her headpiece and dress were stunning! Princess Beatrice of York looked very good in her black outfit, set off by her lovely red hair and those stunning hair clips. It was good to get a look at Queen Slivia’s hat. So much work goes into these hats by the milliners that sometimes I do feel guilty snarking if they don’t turn out to suit by tastes!

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