This Week’s Extras

Royal Hats

Princess Mako of Akishino in a prim navy hat on her visit to Honduras (Monarchies of Asia and the Pacific)

The Duke of Cambridge visited Keogh Barracks in Aldershot to present the Government Ebola Medal for Service in West Africa to 160 deserving medical officers while his father attended the Sovereign’s Parade at Sandhurst (Getty)

Royal Hats

The Dutch King and Queen released a new photo of their daughters on the occasion of Princess Amalia’s 12th birthday (Vorsten)

Prince William fulfilled a promise to a young journalist and granted her a personal interview (Big Issue)

Big surprise to see the Duchess of Cambridge wearing a very familiar tiara to the annual Diplomatic reception at Buckingham Palace this week (Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor)

Fascinating television interview with Princess Madeleine and Chris O’Neil taped last month (Skavlan)

Great reviews of the royal fashion and glittering jewels worn for the Nobel Ceremonies. You can also see the gowns  and jewels from the King’s dinner last night here. (Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor, The Court Jeweller and Svenskdam)

And finally- Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques of Monaco celebrated their first birthday with a public party.

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5 thoughts on “This Week’s Extras

  1. This Week’s Extras made a great read HatQueen. How time flies! The Monaco twins are one already. And look how fast the Dutch Royal Princesses are growing up! The interview with Princess Madeleine and her husband was interesting.

  2. CP Masako wore a blue pillbox or bumper hat to greet her in-laws on her birthday, Dec 9th. Getty has an image but it’s not available to embed here. Search for 500551366 on Getty

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