This Week’s Extras

Royal Hats

Infanta Elena stepped out to dinner with her father in a chic burgundy fedora (Svenskdam)

Article from Silverhill Creative Millinery breaking down the cost of a handmade hat (Mr. X Stitch)

I need some help, dearest readers- an article released this week on the Prince of Wales’ visit to Yorkshire included a previously taken photo of him and the Duchess of Cornwall. Can any of you identify the event the photo hails from? (Royal Central)

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Wonderful photos for the King and Queen of Bhutan with their new son released for the King’s 36th birthday (Queen Jetsun Facebook)

The Duchess of Cambridge took over an editorial desk this week in support of children’s mental health (Huffington Post)

Adorable photos of Princess Leonore of Sweden released for her second birthday (Princess Madeleine Facebook)

Interesting article on the controversial ownership of the Koh-i-Noor diamond (The Guardian)

Favourite blog Luxarazzi recommends this documentary which followed the Luxembourg Royal family for a year. There is some wonderful behind-the-scenes footage. (RTL)

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6 thoughts on “This Week’s Extras

  1. I enjoyed This Week’s Extras as I always do HatQueen. Infanta Elena wore a gorgeous burgundy fedora. I hope that Princess Leonore has a Happy 2nd Birthday. She is adorable, and so is His Royal Highness The Gyalsey, of Bhutan. The behind the scenes features on handmade hats and the Luxemburg Royals were interesting.

  2. Infanta Elena looks terrific in her fedoras. She was literally born to wear them! This burgundy color is very good with her coloring. I enjoyed learning about the high cost and difficulties involved with making a handmade hat. Congratulations to the Bhutan Royals on the arrival of their son. I’m pleased to see the Duchess of Cambridge supporting children’s mental health. Happy Birthday to Princess Leonore, what a cutie pie! I never knew the background story about the Koh-i-Noor. I laughed about Duleep referring to Queen Victoria as “Mrs Fagin”, the receiver of stolen goods. The Luxembourg Royal Family doco was good, but I do wish there was an English language version. Thanks again HatQueen for entertaining us.

    • Of course! I did not go back far enough in my archive to find this event (because I couldn’t imagine a news source using a photo that is SO OLD for a current news item). Mystery solved!

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