This Week’s Extras

Princess Beatrice wore a burgundy velvet knotted bandeau for dinner out with her husband Edoardo in London on December 3
Princess Hisako in a purple hat December 5 for the 100th anniversary ceremony of Japan Society of School Health and a chocolate felt fedora on December 11 for the East Asia Youth Airgun Competition 2020

The Duchess of Cornwall repeated her slouchy black wool hat with faux fur brim from Lock & Co. on December 7 for a service in celebration of the 800th anniversary of the foundation of Salisbury Cathedral
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The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Sleek black felt wide-brimmed hat with white stitched binding & hatband by Polish brand Oktopus
Luminescent gold straw fedora with splendid striped hatband by Australian milliner Catherine Kelly
Magenta silk veiled cocktail hat with bow by British milliner Dillon Wallwork
Classic navy square-crown cloche with ribbon hatband by French milliner Clothilde Toussaint
Blush felt cloche with pleated brim and silk hatband by Swiss milliner Michaela Temperli
Leopard melusine felt trilby with leather binding and hatband by Dutch milliner Wies Mauduit
Cerise felt button percher with sparkling beads and double back bows from the studio of Rachel Trevor Morgan
Textured straw boater rimmed in black lace by Australian brand Jettah & Till Design Millinery
Burgundy felt capulet with draped and layered hatbands and side bow by Czech milliner Jolana Kotabova
Statement soaring headpiece of silk butterflies by Australian Milliner Cynthia Jones-Bryson
Cream straw sideweep saucer with silk roses and blue lace applique by Irish milliner Jennifer Wrynne
Chocolate and russet woven felt percher with feathers by French brand Mei Mei France Chapeaux
Purple straw calot with vintage veiling and the prettiest straw roses by British milliner Lucy Bowler
Stunning black and white statement hat with fuchsia feather trim by Australian brand Amelda Millinery

New portraits released for Empress Masako’s 57th birthday

Lovely photos of the Hereditary Grand Duke and Duchess of Luxembourg with wee Prince Charles

We end the week with the Duchess of Cornwall, who was aided at a Battersea kennel charity by her Jack Russel terrier Beth, who is an alumna of the organization. I believe a sausage was also involved.

Photos from social media as indicated

4 thoughts on “This Week’s Extras

  1. Thank you Hat Queen for featuring my animal print felt & leather fedora. Your blog helps keeping my spirits up: we have just entered another severe lockdown here in the Netherlands, for five weeks, so it is going to be a very quiet Christmas. I sometimes have difficulty not feeling downhearted when I see the empty streets and closed shops instead of the usual Christmas hustle and bustle.

    Rescue dog Beth is a real treat!

  2. Wow, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo are a lovely couple. Her hatband is great. I like the burgundy against the green jacket.

    Happy Birthday Empress Masako! She looks so lovely!

    Oh man, Prince Charles of Luxembourg is so cute! His parents always look so delighted. What a lovely family.

    Love the video of Camilla and the dog. It was so charming.

    – Gorgeous black felt wide-brimmed hat with white stitched binding & hatband by Oktopus. Princess Beatrice would look great in this.
    – Love the luminescent gold straw fedora by Catherine Kelly. This would be fun on Queen Maxima.
    – Ooooh. Princess Sofia of Sweden would look dynamite in the magenta silk veiled cocktail hat with bow by Dillon Wallwork
    – CP Mary would look great in the classic navy square-crown cloche by Clothilde Toussaint
    – Cloche’s are making a comback and I’m here for it. Love the blush felt cloche with pleated brim and silk hatband by Temperli. Beatrice Borromeo?
    – I saw Wies’ leopard melusine felt trilby earlier this week and love it. So many Royals would look incredible in it. Queen Maxima, Queen Mathilde, Zara Tindall, Autumn Phillips. That hat is stunningly chic!
    – Princess Hisako would look lovely in the cerise felt button percher with sparkling beads and double back bows from Rachel Trevor Morgan
    – What a delicate beauty of a straw sideweep saucer by Jennifer Wrynne. That would look so pretty at Royal Ascot on the Countess of Wessex.
    – Love the stunning black and white statement hat with fuchsia feather trim by Amelda Millinery. Definitely Zara Tindall.

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