Best New Royal Hat of 2015: Great Britain Part 2

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The final poll in our semifinal countdown of the best new royal hats of 2015 looks at millinery from the British royals. To streamline the poll, I have omitted a number of less memorable hats (links are provided below).Click on any of the photos to jump back to original posts to see additional description and detail of the hats.

The hats with the most votes across this semifinal will move forward to a final poll that will decide this year’s winner. If you don’t think any of these hats are worthy of the title of Best of 2015, jump back to vote again for hats from Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and Norway, the other British Royals or Monaco, Greece, Dubai and Qatar).

The Countess of Wessex (not including this black embellished pillbox, this and this embellished black cocktail hat, and the grey cocktail hat worn for Christmas)

1.Countess of Wessex in Jane Taylor, June 16, 2015 | Royal Hats  2.Countess of Wessex, June 16, 2015 in Jane Taylor and Emilia Wickstead| Royal Hats  3.Countess of Wessex, November 8, 2015 in Jane Taylor Royal Hats

The Duchess of Cambridge (not including these saucer hats in white straw and black veiled felt)

4.Duchess of Cambridge, March 9, 2015 in Jane Taylor | Royal Hats  5.Duchess of Cambridge, July 5, 2015 in Jane Taylor | Royal Hats  6.Duchess of Cambridge, December 25, 2015 in Lock & Co. | Royal Hats

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie (not including this pair of cocktail hats, this black saucer, Beatrice’s beaded headband, the black velvet pillbox worn at Christmas and this large grey embellished saucer)

7.Princess Beatrice, June 18, 2015 in Laura Apsit Livens | Royal Hats  8.Princess Eugenie in Juliette Botterill, June 13, 2015 | Royal Hats  9.Princess Eugenie, June 18, 2015 in Nerida Fraiman | Royal Hats

Zara Phillips Tindall (not including cocktail hats in grey with yellow flowerscream with white feathers and flower, brown with pheasant feathers, red felt with feathers and blue straw; this magenta laser cut disc hat and this black lace headpiece)

10.Zara Phillips Tindall, March 10, 2015 in Rosie Oliva | Royal Hats  11.Zara Phillips Tindall, March 11, 2015 in Rosie Olivia | Royal Hats  12.Zara Phillips Tindall, March 12, 2015 in Jane Taylor | Royal Hats 13.Zara Phillips Tindall, June 19, 2015 in Rosie Olivia | Royal Hats

Autumn Phillips (not including these cocktail hats in chocolatespring green and taupe felt with black flowers)

14.Autumn Phillips, April 5, 2015 in Emily London | Royal Hats  15.Autumn Phillips, June 16, 2015 in Gina Foster | Royal Hats

UPDATE: By request, here is the Duchess of Cambridge’s navy saucer hat as well.

16.Duchess of Cambridge, March 13, 2015 in Jane Taylor | Royal Hats

Do you think any of these hats deserve to be named best royal hat of the year? Cast your vote below. Voting will remain open until January 1, 2016 and you can vote for multiple hats up to four times per day.

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4 thoughts on “Best New Royal Hat of 2015: Great Britain Part 2

  1. I consider the Countess of Wessex’s hats to be among her best ever, with her cream picture slice, picture number 1, one of the best new hats this year. Her hat pictured at Number 2, is a close second. I consider the Duchess of Cambridge’s navy saucer hat picture number 16, to be her best hat ever, and one of the best hats of the year. Princess Beatrice’s orange and teal picture hat, picture number 7, was one of her best hats yet. Princess Eugenie’s teal straw cocktail hat with black crin, picture number 9, is her best hat for 2015. Zara Phillips’ navy straw cocktail hat with white crin waves, picture number 13, was her best hat, and the navy and white outfit she wore this with, was her best outfit all year. I consider Autumn Phillips’ cream rose beret cocktail hat, picture number 14, to be one of her best hats ever, and it coordinated well with her outfit.

  2. Great roundup, Hat Queen, though I am surprised to see Kate’s navy omitted. It was my favorite on her all year, possibly ever, and seems to have been well-liked in the comments on the original post.

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