Poll: Favourite Repeated Royal Hat of 2019

In 2019, we saw numerous repeated royal hats worn to royal visits, weddings, inauguration events and other celebrations. Throughout the year, we have admired many of these designs, slowly narrowing down our favourites to nine designs.

These nine beauties include bandeau, saucer, curved brim, disc and traditional picture hat shapes in colours from the most vibrant to monochrome. It’s now time to choose, from these nine finalists, your pick for Favourite Repeated Royal Hat of 2019.

Please click on each caption link to jump to original feature posts with additional views, information and discussion on each hat. Here are the nine finalists, in the order they were worn:

1.    2.
Princess Mako’s peacock blue silk bandeau with diamond motif worn February 26
Queen Elizabeth’s orange hat with magnolia blooms and brown straw leaves by Angela Kelly (made by Stella McLaren) worn March 7 to the Science Museum in London
3.    4.    5.
Princess Beatrice’s copper straw saucer with curling feathers & pink roses by Juliette Botterill on April 21
Countess of Wessex’s blush pink straw disc hat with black windowpane crin by Jane Taylor worn May 21
Countess of Wessex’s natural straw cutout saucer with tan organdie twists and coral feathers by Jane Taylor worn for the Order of the Garter on June 17
    6.    7.
Princess Alexandra’s pink straw picture hat with bow & feathers by Rachel Trevor Morgan worn June 18
Princess Tsuguko’s cream picture hat with graphic divided black crown and trim worn on August 10
   8.    9.
Princess Hisako’s cream straw hat with black brim stripe and monochrome flowers worn Sep 24
Duchess of Cambridge’s Lock and Co. forest green saucer with leaf trim around the back worn Dec 25
This poll will remain open until Saturday, February 15  at midnight GMT.   As always, each computer or mobile device can vote twice per day for as many hats as you wish. Happy voting!

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