Favourite New Royal Hat: January & February 2020

Nine of the new royal hats that debuted in January and February stood out in particular- which one was your favourite?

Please click on each caption link to jump to original feature posts with additional views, information and discussion on each hat, shown here in the order they were worn:



1.    2.
Zara Tindall’s woven black straw boater with relaxed brim by Sarah J Curtis worn Jan 5
Duchess of Cambridge’s blue felt Hicks and Brown fedora with pheasant feather hatband worn Jan 5
3.    4.
Zara Tindall in a wave trimmed teardrop percher covered in orange and pink feathers by Millinery Jill worn Jan 11
Queen Margrethe’s blue wool sidesweep hat with plaid hatband by Mathilde Thoe Førster worn Jan 14
5.     6.
Zara Tindall’s heathered grey felt fedora with darker grey hatband and side bow worn January 25
Queen Elizabeth’s ivory, pink and peach bouclé plaid hat with bow and peach feathers by Angela Kelly worn Feb 3
7.  8.  9.
Princess Sofia’s wide brimmed felt fedora hat worn February 4
Queen Mathilde’s grey bandeau by Amélie d’Hooghvorst worn February 17
Queen Máxima’s brimless beret-calot covered in pheasant feathers worn February 18 
This poll will remain open until Thursday, June 4 at midnight GMT.  As usual for these polls, each computer or mobile device can vote twice per day for as many hats as you wish. Happy voting!

3 thoughts on “Favourite New Royal Hat: January & February 2020

    • I hope she continues with this anual Magic Millions event because she usually gives us a vibrant, happy hat to brighten up our winters (for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere!).

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