Kate Middleton and Prince William Spend the Day at the Epsom Derby
The entire royal family (and their hats) turned out to root for the Queen’s horse.
Oh, don’t you wish you were in England and had an excuse to wear incredible hats? Saturday, newlyweds Kate Middleton, her husband Prince William, Prince Harry and the royal family were at the Epsom Derby rooting on Queen Elizabeth II’s horse, Colton House. The colt came in third, but everyone seemed to have a good time anyway!
Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry
Prince William and Prince Harry look positively dapper. Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge, wore the Nessie tweed jacket by Joseph (£460, selfridges,com), peacock dress and nude patent pumps from Riess (sorry, both sold out!), the Natalie clutch by L.K. Bennett (also sold out), nude tights and a hat by her favorite designer, Issa.
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice
Princesses Eugenie and Beatice decided to leave hats that look like aliens at home. For the derby, they went conservative and wore hats that look like hats.
Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II wore a bright pink and white straw hat and matching pink and white outfit.
Kate’s mother, Carole Middleton, looked fetching with her big hat. While Kate was with her husband and in-laws in the royal enclosure, Carole watched the show from the stands.
Sophie, Duchess of Essex
Sophie, Duchess of Essex is Prince Edward’s wife and Prince William’s Aunt. Her floral hat was matched with a champagne colored suit.
Tell us: If you had the chance, would you wear hats any and everywhere?
PJ Gach is Senior Editor: Style + Beauty at BettyConfidential.