Queen Elizabeth repeated her white ‘marshmallow’ hat last weekend to attend Crathie Church. It was the hat’s third outing (we saw it most recently last June)
A pair of hats shared by Kensington Palace this week, part of Prince William and Prince Harry’s documentary in tribute to their mother. Adorable, right?!
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The Duke and Prince Harry are pleased to share two more additional photographs from the personal photo album of the late Diana, Princess of Wales that feature in the new ITV documentary 'Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy.' The 90-minute film, made by Oxford Film and Television, celebrates the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales in the 20th anniversary year since her passing. In the documentary, The Duke and Prince Harry recall fond memories from their childhood as they look through photographs in a family album assembled by the late Princess. 'Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy' will air on ITV at 9pm tonight.
The Duchess of York attended the King George VI races at Ascot today with the Duke, repeating a black felt calot hat with feathers and a dress that might give you a strong sense of déjà vu.
Cheeky advertisement from IKEA, referencing Princess Claire’s hat from Belgian National Day. The caption roughly translates, “Anyone can be a princess”.
The following designs caught my eye this week:
This cream and raspberry leather bandeau with handmade flowers from Australian brand Jill and Jack Millinery
Beautifully trimmed cocktail hat (without a feather or flower in sight) from Camilla Rose Millinery
This black straw boater with rainbow dotted net veil from Czech brand Klobouky Jolanta Millinery
This wide brimmed pyramid hat with black pleated crin edge, also from Millinery Jill
This emerald velour felt hat with copper quills and peacock feather flowers from Mind You Bonce
These jewel toned felt trilbys from Goldust Millinery
And Rosie Olivia’s “Car Crown” made entirely from materials from a Ford Fiesta (see the giant version here)
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Rosie Olivia created the car's crown by designing a human size model using real Fiesta car parts - including a gear stick centre piece and seat belt arches that connect the sections together. The final details were inspired by the new Fiesta; a quilted leather headband and royal blue crown jewels. Rosie then worked with a talented team of designers and 3D scanners and carpenters to scale up her creation to Fiesta size. The giant crown weighs in at 90kg, features 200 hand painted crystals and uses 800m of seat belts. #FordFiesta #Crown #challenge
A beautiful family portrait from the Swedish Royal Family taken July 15 during Crown Princess Victoria’s 40th birthday celebrations
Fun summer self portrait shard by Prince Nikolaos and Princess Tatiana of Greece
If you missed Prince William and Prince Harry’s tribute to their mother, you can watch it here. The BBC also interviewed Earl Spencer, about the famous eulogy he delivered at his sister’s funeral. It’s an interesting radio interview worth listening to.
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene brought Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella along for the launch of the Yersin Yatch exploration ship yesterday (note Gabriella’s sweet hair bow) before the annual Red Cross Ball last night. Princess Charlene’s silver jumpsuit is a lot more look than we usually see at royal black (or red!) tie events and like it or not, it’s bold and incredibly brave.