Lady Gabriella Windsor is getting ready to marry Tom Kingston and guests will soon be arriving at St George’s chapel. Unsurprisingly, guests usually dress up in their finest garments to attend a royal wedding, and the ladies will usually opt for a number of accessories to complete the look. When picking their outfit, finding the right hat to complement the look can be very important. A look back at weddings of Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and Princess Eugenie can reveal some of the best hats worn in previous royal weddings.
Princess Eugenie wedding
Arriving at the venue where she married just months before, Meghan Markle opted for a chic navy hat.
The woven cap had a knotted net and feather detailing and she wore it to Eugenie’s wedding on 12 October 2018.
Prince Beatrice skipped the hat altogether and arrived at her sister’s wedding wearing a class thick purple and blue fabric headband.
The Queen wore a stunning classic design on a baby blue top hat with a tan feathery flower on the front.
Meghan Markle wedding
As guests flocked to Windsor castle on 19 May 2019, the embraced the sun with a selection of pastel hats.
Kate Middleton wore a stunning cream had which had a yellow rose embellishment.
Amal Clooney was spotted in a mustard head piece by Stephen Jones.
The bold flat hat also had thin white netting which covered part of her face.
To attend her cousin’s wedding, Princes Eugenie opted for an understated white pillbox hat which completed her 60s inspired look.
Kate Middleton wedding
The Duchess of Cambridge Married Prince William at Westminster Abbey on 29 April 2011.
At the wedding, the Queen wore a lemon top hat which had a matching flower design on the front.
Kate’s mum, Carole Middleton, wore a pastel blue flat cap with ribbon detailing.
Lady Gabriella’s wedding is expected to be different from the weddings of members of her Royal Family.
She may even break tradition with her choice of royal tiara.