This Week’s Extras

On Thursday, the Prince of Wales visited the Britannia Royal Naval College Dartmouth to preside over the Lord High Admiral’s Divisions.
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The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Wonderful confetti woven fedora by American milliner Laura Hubka
Charming read bandeau with flying bows in felt and perspex by Scottish milliner Maggie Mowbray
Very fun felt oversize rose and feathers on this green hat by Norwegian milliner Mona Strand
Charcoal pork pie hat with silk jacquard hatband and side bow by Danish brand Hornskov Hats
Gorgeous upcycled amber straw fedora with striped brim binding by Australian milliner Louise Macdonald
Fantastic sheen and matched stripes on this newsboy cap by Russian milliner Elena Ushakova
Lovely vintage straw braid bonnet made for Claire Foy to wear in an upcoming film by British milliner Jo Willis
Adore the streamlined drama from the cream stripe across this black fedora by Dutch milliner Koos van der Wal
A top hat… entirely in gingerbread! By London-based milliner Iona Ames
Jaunty red felt fedora with sparkling butterflies by American brand Kokin NY
Black beret with crystal-studded veil and beaded side tassel by British milliner Victoria Grant
Classic green felt fedora with peacock feather trim by Finish brand Brevetar Hats
Wonderful midnight blue veiled bandeau with cream silk abaca side bow by British milliner Ellie Vandenbrekel
Petrol blue felt fedora with jaunty sideswept brim and knotted hatband by American milliner Wayne Wichern
Dove grey stitched fez with flying bow by British milliner Sarah Cant
Acid green felt fedora with purple brim binding and fantastic layered hatband by British milliner Louise Pocock

The Duke of Cambridge took part in a charming Christmas conversation with Radio Marsden’s Barry Alston, during which he answered some questions from young patients of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and shared some of his favourite Christmas traditions. Listen to it here. 
Queen Jetsun visited her ancestral village, Tangsbji, with young Prince Jigme Namgyel and Prince Jigme Ugyen in tow

And we end this week with Christmas greetings from Clarence House, Her Majesty Margareta, and the royal families of Jordan, Spain,

Images from Getty and social media as indicated 

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