Favourite Repeated Royal Hat: September & October 2020

While the months of September and October brought us fewer sightings of royal hats than we can usually expect at this time of year, there were still several that made a most welcome appearance. Ten repeated royal hats return now for another look as you, dearest readers, choose your favourite.

Please click on each caption link to jump to original feature posts with additional views, information and discussion on each hat. Here are the hats you most admired in September and October, shown in the order they were worn:

1.     2.
Crown Princess Mary’s black felt calot with felt leaves, feathers and veil by Susanne Juul worn September 5
Queen Silvia’s white straw calot with sparkle-studded multi-loop bow by Fabienne Delvigne worn September 8
3.    4.
Queen Máxima’s natural straw picture hat with upswept brim by Fabienne Delvigne worn September 17
Queen Mathilde’s royal blue calot with feather trim on the side by Elvis Pompilio worn September 25
5.   6.   7.
Queen Máxima’s pink straw picture hat with high upswept slice brim by Fabienne Delvigne worn October 1
Crown Princess Mary’s black cuffed calot by Susanne Juul worn October 6
Princess Benedikte’s purple felt trilby with lilac silk hatband worn October 6
8.     9.
Queen Elizabeth’s pink felt hat with layered hatbands and silk flowers by Rachel Trevor Morgan worn October 15
Empress Emeritus Michiko’s cream saucer with crin underbrim and folded bow worn October 28
This poll will remain open until next Thursday, November 26 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!

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