On Sunday, Queen Margrethe attended a service at Elsinore Cathedral for the installation of Peter Birch as bishop of the Diocese of Elsinore. For this, she repeated the pink beret with with side twist trim she first wore in May for Prince Christian’s confirmation.
It remains a great hat for Margrethe, the twist adding a touch of light whimsey and the bright shade one she wears so well.
Designer: Mathilde Førster
Previously Worn: May 15, 2021
Back on board the Danish royal yacht Dannebrog for the second leg of her annual summer cruise, Queen Margrethe visited Thisted Municipality yesterday. For a walkabout in the harbour, an official welcome at Bunkermuseum Hanstholm, a visits to Thy Whiskey, Cold Hawaii Inland (formerly known as the Port of Synopal), Thy National Park at the North Atlantic Lighthouse and the National Park Center Thy in Vorupør, she wore her natural straw hat with nautical navy, red and white tartan bias-cut hatband in the same pattern as her skirt.
Previously Worn: Sep 6, 2016; Oct 24, 2014; Sep 9 and 10, 2014; Jul 3, 2014; Sep 10, 2014; Sep 1, 2014; Jun 20, 2014; Apr 28, 2013; Sep 3, 2013; Aug 29, 2013; Jun 4, 2013; Aug 30, 2013; Sep 5, 2012 Jun 9, 2011
Today, she was back in vibrant pink as the summer cruise continued to Esbjerg Municipality, her pink suit topped with its matching curved brim hat trimmed in a double hatband in the same navy floral fabric as her blouse and pink and white silk blossoms.
The vibrant ensemble is a great go-to for the Danish queen and while it’s become very familiar to us hat watchers, I can’t fault seeing it again.
After years of following the summer cruise tradition, Queen Margrethe’s nods to nautical with attire on these visits by sea are well honed. What do you think of these three millinery looks for her so far this week?
Images from Getty and social media as indicated