Top Royal Hats: March, April & May 2020

Results from polls for your favourite new hat and favourite repeated hat worn in March, April and May are in. Not only is there a tie, there is also a first here at Royal Hats- all three winning hats were worn to the same event:

 

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The Duchess of Cornwall’s navy felt picture hat with ostrich feather wrap by Philip Treacy worn March 10



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The Duchess of Sussex’s green teardrop beret with net veil wrap and large bow by William Chambers and the Duchess of Cambridge’s red felt saucer with flowers and oxblood bow by Sally Ann Provan both worn March 10

Jump over to polls for favourite new hat and favourite repeated hat to see the results in greater detail.  
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3 thoughts on “Top Royal Hats: March, April & May 2020

  1. OMG there were some beautiful hats in the new hat poll and any of them could have won. But I didn’t like Meghan Markle’s at all. The hat, the dress, everything wasn’t ok that day. But it seems I’m the only one thinking that way. Kate’s and Sophie’s hats were fabulous.

  2. Oh good, re the tie. I simply couldn’t make my mind up between the two hats so voted for both of them, several times! Both are good examples of their maker’s art.

  3. The theme here seems to be matchy-matchy. That said, I’m particularly found of Camilla’s hat. Her ability to wear large hats is unmatched. Meghan’s hat is interesting, but with that dress and cape, a bit too Joan Collins/Alexis Carrington for my taste.

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