This Week’s Extras

Princess Gabriella in a sweet floral headpiece on Wednesday for the Fete de la Saint Jean
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Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence took part in Armed Forces Day commemoration yesterday at the National Memorial Arboretum

Princess Flaminia of Hohenzollern and Baron Károly von Stipsicz de Ternova were married yesterday at Schloss Sigmaringen

 

The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Dramatic Dior brimmed hat covered in scarlet feathers by Australian milliner Carole Maher
Parasisal ruffled trimmed bandeau in punchy lemon and orange by UK milliner Karen Geraghty
Eucalyptus green rabbit felt fedora with silk brim binding and hatband by Australian milliner Catherine Kelly
Knotted halo bandeau in vibrant purple, red and coral silk abaca stripe by British milliner Margaret Woodliff-Wright
Pink straw saucer with silk brim binding, bow, flowers and gold quill by Dutch milliner Wies Mauduit
Wonderfully whimsical top hat with fuchsia blooms by British milliner Joy Scott

 

Exuberant turban with knotted pouf, all made of tubular crin by British milliner Sarah Blackmore
Beautiful crown shape on this dove grey merino wool fedora by Australian milliner Meghan Briton
Red sinamay hat with interesting double brim by Dutch milliner Marianne Jongkind
White sinamay percher with statement emerald silk abaca & turquoise braid trim by Australian milliner Pamela O’Brien
Pink brocade covered bumper pillbox with classic back bow by Australian milliner Jill Humphries
Hand woven straw bandeau by German milliner Antje Lücke

 

A wonderful portrait of the late Duke of Edinburgh, painted by Ralph Heiman in 2017, went on display at Windsor Castle

Images from social media as indicated 

4 thoughts on “This Week’s Extras

  1. I think a lot of you would like the most recent post on ModekoninginMaxima.nl about when Maxima can be expected to wear a hat. It isn’t just state visits, armed forces commemoration day, and Prince’s Day.

  2. Thank you, Hat Queen, for featuring my “Blossom” hat.
    Princess Anne always looks so good in uniform and so pleased in army surroundings.

    Very interesting portrait of Prince Philip. I agree with Shannon, I’d love to visit the exhibition.

    I love the eucalyptus green fedora by Catherine Kelly (what a striking colour!) and Antje Lücke’s handwoven headband. And yes, Marianne Jongkind’s double brimmed red capeline would be perfect for Queen Margarethe!

  3. Wonderful to see Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Laurence out honoring Armed Forces Day. The Queen also presented a Royal Banner to the Legal Branch of the Canadian Armed Forces who are celebrating their centenary. I love that she chose the Canadian Snowflake Brooch. You can watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxh-C3Y7AHI

    Congratulations to the newlyweds Princess Flaminia of Hohenzollern and Baron Károly von Stipsicz de Ternova!

    Just a fabulous portrait of Prince Philip. I think this would be a fascinating exhibit to attend.

    – I could see Queen Margrethe or Princess Benedikte in the red sinamay hat with interesting double brim by Dutch milliner Marianne Jongkind

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