Best Repeated Royal Hat: April 2016

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We’re continuing to narrow down the top royal hats of 2016 by choosing our favourites pieces every month. With so many new hats worn in April, there were just give repeated designs that stood out to you on the basis of your comments, dearest readers. These lovely pieces are shown here in the order that they were worn.

Click on any of the photos below to jump back to original posts with additional pictures and information on each design:

1.Queen Máxima, April 13, 2016 in Fabienne Delvigne | Royal Hats   2.Queen Máxima, April 21, 2016 in Fabienne Delvigne | Royal Hats

Queen Máxima’s bright pink straw slice hat by Fabienne Delvigne worn April 13 in Germany
Queen Máxima in a coffee coloured straw slice hat (also by Delvigne) worn April 23

3.Queen Mathilde, April 28, 2016 in Philip Treacy | Royal Hats   4.2016-04-30 Carl Gustaf 70th birthday 26   5.2016-04-30 Carl Gustaf 70th birthday 25

Queen Mathilde in a printed grey silk calot with straw twist worn on April 26
Queen Margrethe’s pale green bumper hat with curling brim detail worn in Sweden on April 30
Queen Mary in a purple pillbox with feather trim by Jane Taylor worn April 30

Voting will remain open until Monday, May 16 at midnight GMT and each computer or mobile device may vote once per day for as many hats as strike your fancy. To avoid unnecessary influence, results will remain hidden until the poll closes. Happy voting!

Photos from Sven Hoppe, Michel Porro, Samir Hussein and Julian Parker via Getty and Kurt Desplenter via Belga

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