This Week’s Extras

Last Sunday, Her Majesty Margaretha, Custodian of the Romanian Crown, attended a Thanksgiving service dedicated to Romania at the Queen’s Chapel of Savoy in London. Margaretha wore an ecru straw button based percher trimmed with purple and cream feathers and a cream veil. Back on December 5, Margaretha and her sisters marked a year anniversary of their late father’s passing. 
From Haga Palace, these charming snaps of Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar in traditional dress (and headdresses) to celebrate St. Lucia day on Thursday
Princess Josephine in a bowed headband with her grandmother on Thursday at a Christiansborg Castle for all Danish royal staff. The advent elves in the attic of Dronningen Palace also found some of the late Prince Henrik’s hats this week.
Princess Hisako and Princess Akiko in more casual hats Friday at the Saitama Imperial Wild Duck Preserve
The Duke of Cambridge stood in for his grandmother on Friday for the Sovereign’s Parade at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst.
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The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Natural straw cloche with red hatband and strawberry trim from Tel-Aviv based Maor Zabar Hats
Delicate butterfly trim on this straw sidesweep from British milliner Bundle McLaren
Deep purple velvet felt triangular percher with bow from East Village Hats in New York
Black straw wide brimmed sidesweep trimmed in burgundy flowers from UK brand Rebecca Couture Millinery
For our gents, a Philip Treacy exaggerated black Homberg with very handsome pleated hatband
Creamy-gold percher with veil and gold flowers from Australian brand Felicity Northeast Millinery
Black wide brimmed hat with red under-brim roses by London-based Turkish milliner Merve Bayindir
And the loveliest, summery new designs from London milliner Vivien Sheriff –  a pink lattice brimmed picture hat trimmed in pink lace and a fuchsia straw button percher trimmed with soaring rainbow feathers!

Lovely holiday portrait of Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, shared by their mum.
Kensington Palace and Clarence House shared this year’s Christmas greetings from the Sussexes (taken at their wedding), the Cambridge family and the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall (taken in their garden at Clarence House).

Photos from Getty and social media as indicated

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