York Royal Wedding: Noteable Guests

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s friends include a number of famous faces who donned hats too memorable not to share. So, for the second time this year, we’re going to expand this blog’s focus and look at some of the non-royal hats at this event that stood out:

From the studio of Jane Taylor:

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Sabine Getty; Pippa Middleton Matthews; Emma Louise Connolly

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Zoe de Givenchy (in pink); Chelsy Davy

From the studio of Philip Treacy:

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Countess of Derby;  Ayda Field

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Countess Debonnaire von Bismarck; Naomi Campbell; Demi Moore

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Heather Pegg; Kate and Lila Moss

Additional Hats:

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Sofia Wellesley in Lock & Co.; Heather Kerzner in Victoria Grant; Liv Tyler in Stephen Jones; 

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Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs in Laura Cathcart; Cressida Bonas in Juliette Botterill; Susanna Warren

Martha Ward in Stephen Jones

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Poppy Delvingne in Victoria Grant; Cara Delvingne in Nick Fouquet for Chanel

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Natalie Pinkham in Sarah Cant; Ellie Goulding in Edwina Ibbotson

Tyne Lewin in Bee Smith’s burgundy velvet chrysanthemum headpiece

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Lady Fellowes, Emma Joy Kitchener (wife of Julian Fellowes); Zoe Warren

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Tamara Beckwith; Lizzy Pelly

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Pixie Geldorf; Lottie Murray Wells

I have undoubtedly left out more beautiful hats- feel free to post links and embed Getty photos in the comments below. Which hats here stood out to you most?
Photos from Getty as indicated

12 thoughts on “York Royal Wedding: Noteable Guests

  1. Spelling correction for HatQueen — I became curious if Poppy and Cara Delvigne were related to Fabienne Delvigne, and discovered upon googling that the actresses spell their last name Delvingne, so, no relation.

    To Nonie, the TV coverage that I watched in the U.S. was a British morning program that included Ingrid Seward — not sure of what
    UK station/network it came from, but they said that there were 24 members of the Brooksbank family present (I believe that was the number or something around that), but like you, I did not notice them pointed out in the TV coverage or any published photos. Where is he from? I bet his local newspaper includes some!

    Regarding this group of hats, my favorites are Pippa Matthews — very elegant and also something I could also see Kate in — and Lottie Murray Wells — fun hat and a great pop of color. I agree with Jake regarding Lady Fellowes’ fur brimmed hat, and would even go so far as to say that a hat like that does not seem wedding-appropriate to me even if it were the dead of winter.

    • Matthew – I’ve searched the internet and I can’t find a thing on the Brooksbank family … I guess they must be a secret or something !! that’s a shame because I can imagine there must have been great excitement in the family and all the anticipation of outfits and getting ready etc !! (I know what MY family is like !! 😉) I’m sorry that we weren’t able to see them all !

  2. I know I’m not really good at picking out people but we’re there ANY pictures of the Brooksbank family ? I know he had family there and I believe his Grandmother was supposed to be there too … I really hope they were photographed also ! 😕

  3. Pippa’s whole look was another favorite of the day for me (granted, it was in my favorite color). Glad the hat didn’t completely blow away, but would love to see Kate steal it from her sister’s closet and wear it sometime!

    Naomi Campbell looked absolutely gorgeous in her black and silver ensemble. Not surprised she wore Treacy. Loved it!

    Demi Moore looked great in burgundy and the fascinator twists clearly marked it as a Treacy piece; it was simple, but elegant.

    Cara Delvigne gets points for her creative use of menswear and I loved that she rocked it so well.

    Ellie Goulding looked lovely and her natural hairstyle worked very well with her cocktail hat, something which can’t be said for everyone.

    When we saw so many summery hats on display at this wedding, Lady Fellowes’ very furry brimmed hat just looked ridiculous and out of place; even if it had been colder, I would say it still looks out of place for early October.

    I’m certain a few hats I saw aren’t on her and I’m not finding them at the moment, but maybe they will turn up when I’m not feeling so tired haha. Many thanks HatQueen for your fast, diligent, and great coverage of this wonderful event. Three cheers!

  4. This is a fun post! I really liked Pippa Matthews’ hat. Naomi Campbell looks amazing! I don’t know who else could pull off such a fabulous hat and outfit. She actually sparkled in the church. Liv Tyler and Demi Moore looked lovely.

    The hats that stood out for me were Sabine Getty (thank you Hat Queen for the ID) and Poppy Delvigne. Quite memorable!

  5. There are some really cute hats here ! I especially like Pixie Geldorf the colour was gorgeous ! Pippa looked so relaxed and lovely and Lizzy Pelly looked smashing 😊 I’ve been waiting to see photos of Sarah’s sisters and brother and their families … were they there ??😕

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