Danish Royal Family Remembers Princess Elisabeth

On Monday, members of the Danish royal family gathered at Lyngby Church for the funeral of Princess Elisabeth who passed away on June 19. Queen Margrethe was joined by her two sisters, Princess Benedikte and Queen Anne-Marie, all in black hats to remember their cousin’s life.

Also in attendance was Elisabeth’s brother, Count Ingolf of Rosenborg, his wife Countess Sussie (below right) and their three nieces, Countesses Feodora, Camilla and Josephineof Rosenborg, daughters of Ingolf’s late brother Count Christian of Rosenborg, all in black hats. 
June 25, 2018 | Royal Hats 
Photos from The Danish Monarchy and Keld Navntoft/Ritzau Scanpix

4 thoughts on “Danish Royal Family Remembers Princess Elisabeth

  1. It’s nice to see this cloche back out on Margarethe, and I love Benedikte’s whole look; very sophisticated. It’s sad that we have seen the Danes at funerals so much over the last few years.

  2. The Danes are having a tough year. My heart and prayers are with them. I did not like what I could see of Queen Margrethe’s shiny hat. The others all looked good and a couple I would like a closer look at.

  3. My sincere condolences to the Danish Royal Family on the loss of Princess Elisabeth.

    Everyone looks appropriate here, and I especially like the Queen’s mushroom brim hat, and the hat on the niece on the left (Countess Feodora?) in the picture.

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