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In May 2007, Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh took a six day trip to the United States. For their arrival at the White House, the Queen wore a white cloche  with sloped crown overlaid in black lace trimmed with a large feather and lace flower. The Rachel Trevor Morgan designed hat toped a great look for Her Majesty!

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I’ve picked a personal favourite today but one that stands out in the Queen’s history of hats for it’s unexpected but quietly striking colour scheme in palest aqua and peach. She wore to unveil a monument to the Women of World War II on July 9, 2005, for the  April 23, 2006 service of thanksgiving marking her 80th birthday, and to open the National Welsh Assembly on June 5, 2007.

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A reminder that Her Majesty has never been one to shy away from colour- this acid green straw hat with silk trim by Philip Somerville worn October 14, 2004,

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On May 1, 2002 began her Golden Jubilee tour in southwest England at the National Maritime Museum in this Philip Somerville designed fuchsia felt take on a top hat with distinctive brim.

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Queen Elizabeth wore a unique pink and purple hourglass cloche shaped hat by Frederick Fox on visits to Norway in 2001, Jamaica in 2002,

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