Princess Beatrix Celebrates Parkinson Association

Princess Beatrix was in Nieuwegein on Saturday to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Dutch Parkinson Association, held in conjunction with World Parkinson’s Day 2017. She wore a new hat for the event in dark blue straw, trimmed with a wide pale blue straw hatband and loop at the side. The colour scheme gives nice contrast to the piece and coordinated very nicely with her ensemble.

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Designer: unknown. Either Suzanne Moulijn or Emy Bloemheuvel
Previously Worn: I believe this hat is new
Photos from Getty as indicated

12 thoughts on “Princess Beatrix Celebrates Parkinson Association

  1. These blues are absolutely beautiful for Beatrix! The hat is a good one for her too, although I do miss some of the more interesting millinery of her time at Queen, but I suppose it’s to be expected she would be more subdued in her time post-reign.

  2. Very attractive! Everything about this outfit obviously was chosen with care and with Princess Beatrix’s style in mind. The color combination is a winner, and the new hat tops the outfit off perfectly.

  3. A very nice hat for the PrincessQueen. Somewhat smaller in scale than the ‘cake’ hats, but in the same vein. I love the colors on her! She looks wonderful.

  4. Even though the hat is new, it seems very much a Beatrix hat. She knows what she likes and what suits her, and she has her own style. I really like the color, and it looks good on her. I also like her earrings. I’m all about the accessories.

  5. I love, love, love the photo of Princess Beatrix with the lipstick on her front tooth. Let’s us all know that, just like for us, for her too the struggle is real! Such a lovely person. (Great hat too!)

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