Queen Elizabeth visited the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors yesterday to mark the organization’s 150th anniversary. For this event, she repeated a bright pink hat with straight sided, domed crown and cartwheel brim. The hat is covered in the same vibrant textured wool bouclé as the ensemble’s matching coat and finished with a double folded hatband and a gold and pink rope bow.
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This morning, The Queen visited the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors to mark their 150th anniversary. As Patron of the organisation, Her Majesty met staff at the headquarters and visited the, ‘Shaping the World, Building the Future’ exhibition. The exhibit includes a Lego model of the institution’s headquarters, made from 13,000 bricks and which took 150 hours to assemble! Her Majesty met the great-grandson of the RICS Founder and 1st President, John Clutton (picture 2) and representatives of the organisation’s charitable work, trainees, students and diversity champions of the RICS. The Queen concluded the visit by locking a letter box shaped time capsule that will be reopened in 50 years’ time and signing the visitors’ book.