Zara and Mike Tindall attended a polo match and racing event on Australia’s Gold Coast last weekend in casual fedora hats
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Princess Philomena d’Orleans and Princess Isabelle of Liechtenstein in black wide brimmed hats at Tuesday’s funeral of Prince François de France, Count of Clermont
Vicky Andren in national costume complete with embroidered cap.
This year’s London Hat Week schedule will include the premiere of a documentary made by royal milliner Marie O’Reagan.
A sweet red hair bow from Spanish brand Amaia Kids for Princess Charlotte’s first day of nursery school (Kensington Palace)
The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Dusty pink felt button percher with stunning oversize silk flower from Rachel Trevor Morgan
Beautifully detailed hatband on this navy oversize fedora from British milliner Jess Collett
Charming pink, black and white straw boater from American brand Lifted Millinery
Dark, moody red picture hat with flying bow and open weave brim from British milliner Juliette Botterill
Lovely movement on the soaring slim quills trimming this Fabienne Delvigne saucer hat
Classic navy wool hat with beautifully crisp knotted silk hatband from California based Jill Courtemanche
From Stephen Jones, whose creativity knows no bounds – hammer head shark and lamb chop headpieces
And this wonderfully chic is this two-toned felt fedora from German milliner Nicki Marquardt.
Christmas photos from Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik; also from Princess Benedikte and her grandchildren
Two sneak peeks at the BBC documentary airing today on the coronation jewels
Sweet photos released by the Danish monarchy of Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent for their seventh birthday. Their mum also shared more relaxed candids of the twins she took on their family’s recent trip to Australia.
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette Marit explain why Norwegians are so happy.
We wrap up this week with another stunning landscape image from Prince Nikolaos
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I wanted to add a comment to this older post — I finally had the opportunity to watch the documentary “The Coronation” and it is wonderful. For viewers in the US who get their TV through cable, if you have an “On Demand” section that includes the Smithsonian channel, that is where I found it. About half of the documentary is about the coronation itself and the other half about the history of the crown jewels. It was fascinating to discover that HM had never watched any of the film or video taken of the coronation in all these years and also to see her reviewing the crowns in such a practical way — one particular gem on the Imperial Crown, for example, is her favorite because that’s how she knows which way is the front! Also, in response to the question “what were Charles and Anne doing at the palace while you were being crowned?” she replied, “Well I don’t know, I wasn’t there.” I love it! Anyway, it’s very good, so if you can still find it on your television service wherever you are, you should watch it!
I like the red picture hat.
Princess Hisako at the 97th All Japan Football Championship final on January 1st.
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I adore all the hats that caught your eye this week except that hammerhead shark one and the land chop one. It is creative, but I am not sure who or where one would want to wear those atrocities on their head!! Since I don’t get the Smithsonian channel I can’t wait till the queen’s documentary on the coronation is available some other way. I would love to see it! Princess Philomena d’Orleans hat is quite stunning for a funeral and Charlotte and the twins are adorable!
Sometimes the things that catch our eye aren’t specifically beautiful (or even attractive)…!!!
Zara, Mike and Mia on the Gold Coast on January 9:
A repeat on the fedora!
I think it’s a different fedora, but hard to tell.
I’m sincerely hoping that documentary is widely available after LHW- it looks fascinating!!