On March 28, an exhibition on Queen Margrethe’s clothes, gowns and hats will open at The Old Town Museum in Aarhus. I believe this is the first time her hats will be on exhibition- something some of you might want to catch if you are in Denmark between now and September 9.
Crown Princess Mary in a new black hat with wide, mushroom brim on Tuesday for the private funeral of a family friend.
Wonderful to see that Lady Frederick Windsor appears to have recovered from the horrible car accident she suffered last November. She was photographed looking very well at the Cheltenham races last week in a tall crowned, rose trimmed navy hat from Siggi Hats.
Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein in a cosy knit winter hat to welcome the Austrian President and first lady for a visit (Luxarazzi)
On Tuesday, members of the Imperial royal family attended a concert at the Imperial Palace performed by graduating students from several Tokyo university music programs (Imperial Family Of Japan)
Princess Ayako, Princess Akiko, Crown Princess Masako, Princess Kiko and Princess Hisako in hats
The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Lovely draped cocktail hat with floral trim in the freshest pale spring green from Italian brand Birdcage Hats
Such an interesting mix of feathered crown, straw brim and silk brim binding from Texas milliner Milli Starr
Large elevated side saucer hats with signature bright lycra loop trim from Irish milliner Aoife Harrison
The most perfect bow on this gold metallic straw cocktail hat from London milliner Fi Graham
Black peach bloom felt oversize fedora with beautifully shaped brim & rhinestone hatband from Stephen Jones
Such a pretty pale pink saucer bound in silk with roses & cut feathers from Yorkshire based Justine Bradley-Hill
Dark green button percher with amazing ultraviolet blue iridescent feathers from UK brand Mind Your Bonce
And from Irish milliner Maggie Mowbray, this stacked black and pink straw with veil and feathers in the most interesting shape that defies description. So creative without sacrificing wearability.
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Sad to hear news that the King of Morocco and Princess Lalla Salma have divorced (Hola)
The Luxembourgish state visit to France included a surprising number of members of the Grand Ducal royal family (Luxarazzi)
Grand Duchess Maria Teresa also celebrated her birthday this week- these great new formal portraits were released in celebration of her birthday.
The Duchess of Wessex heard that a terminally ill young photographer wanted to take her portrait, so she invited him to do just that. The sitting and the resulting portrait are shown below. (Hello)
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This photograph of The Countess of Wessex was taken by aspiring photographer, James Dunn, who suffers from Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) and is campaigning to raise awareness of the disease with the support of @charitydebra, of which HRH is Patron. “As Royal Patron of the charity DEBRA I was delighted to help James pursue his passion for photography. I’m constantly impressed by the courage of people suffering from EB, an incredibly painful and debilitating condition. For James to face up to what he is going through and still devote time to raising EB awareness shows exceptional fortitude.” – The Countess