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At age 7, why did Kate Middleton make her wear this very noticeable black hat?


Already 10 days ago Elizabeth II left us. On Thursday, September 8, after 70 years of reign and at the age of 96, the sovereign died. The British royal family then announced the terrible news in a press release: “The Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and Queen consort will stay at Balmoral tonight and return to London tomorrow.”

Since then, Britain has been in mourning. And it was after a long trip across the country that the family was able to gather in front of Her Majesty’s coffin. This Monday, September 19, the funeral of the queen took place. The opportunity for everyone to send him a last goodbye. On this occasion, around 2,000 people were invited. Among them, Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte, but also the entire family of the queen.

The (almost) complete royal family

Alongside various Heads of State, the Queen’s relatives came to give her a last tribute. Among them of course, Prince William accompanied by his family. He arrived upstream, Princess Kate and their children George and Charlotte were also present. The little Louis on the other hand, considered too young by his parents to attend the ceremony, was absent.

And if Prince George should take the throne in a few years, it was his little sister Charlotte who was able to attract attention. The 7-year-old girl was actually dressed as mourning attire. Dressed in black, we had never seen the princess with such a look. And for good reason, it was a very special day.

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Why, like all women, Charlotte wore a hat?

Princess Charlotte paraded behind her great-grandmother’s coffin in a black pleated-back coat from children’s brand Ancar. A mourning cloak which she wore with a pair of tights and matching Manuela de Juan shoes. Finally, a first for William’s Kate daughter: Charlotte wore a hat.

Princess Charlotte, for the first time, wore a hat. Black in color, it came from the London house of Jane Taylor. On this very special day of mourning, the 7-year-old girl, like all women of royalty, covered her head. But why ? According to the BBC, this rule is part of the family protocol.

Indeed, several years ago, it was frowned upon for women to reveal their hair in public. On every great occasion, therefore, they must dress their heads with a beautiful hat. Is mourning an exception for Princess Charlotte or does her mother Kate Middleton believe her daughter is now big enough to wear hats to important events? Case to follow.



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