Another royal it was initially tough to find a good picture of -- the lovely Ella Windsor, my name twin. I love the way this hat is tilted; I don't even terribly mind the mini-cabbage flower attached to the side.
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So, Lady Gabriella Windsor (daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent) is working as a journalist these days, and this picture was apparently snapped while she was working on a story in Argentina. She is, according to the photo caption, "[watching] a handicraft during her trip," though it sort of looks like she's shopping at an open-air market to me.
But, whatever. Down to business: that hat. I must confess that I am staunchly against hair being tucked up inside of berets, and this is the reason why. Ella looks like she's trying to support the locals - perhaps she bought that hat at the market - but imagine how much better that support would look if her pretty long hair was falling down over her shoulders. So, downgrade to the hat in this instance, but with an asterisk for possibility with a different hairstyle...
Yay! I love it when little-seen royals make a mad hattering appearance. This is The Lady Gabriella Windsor, for the more casual royal watchers in the audience. She's the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, and she's absolutely gorge. (Also, she apparently goes by "Ella," so we're obviously twins separated at birth.)
And today, I'm in love with the hat. Granted, it's a familiar style, but it's beautiful on her. The pale pink is nice with the light grey dress and jacket. Wonderful!
Okay, this one is a bit of a challenge: look past the big bunch of butterflies to the blonde in grey: that's Lady Gabriella Windsor, daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent. Really, almost any sort of hat would look normal paired with Bea's Big Experiment, but I quite like this one. The silver is elegant, the feathers and flowers have been kept to a minimum, and the size is just right. It does look like it might be causing her blinking problems in the right ocular area, but other than that, bravo!