Hats are an indispensable accessory in any British Royal event. If female guests do not wear hats, they will not be allowed to participate in the event.
If you pay attention, you will realize that at funerals and weddings of the British Royal Family, the female guests all wear hats. Some people wear big hats, some people wear small hats, but no one lacks this accessory on their head. Many people think that this action is just personal preference – a breakthrough to complete a regal set of clothes. However, in reality, this is a mandatory rule of the Royal Family.
According to BBC (British news site), before 1950, women were required to wear hats on the street. In particular, members of the Royal Family must strictly adhere to this because they are a mirror for the public to look at. The wearing of this hat is said to originate from church regulations.
Specifically, when entering the ceremony, the sheep must not show their hair. This is seen as an act of reverence to God. This rule was gradually applied in life and still exists today. Royal research expert Myka Meier said hats are the most important accessory for royal women, without them, you would not have the opportunity to participate in the event.
At happy events, female guests will wear colorful and polite hats.
At funerals, they will have to wear dark hats.
When going to church or to indoor events, hats should be small in size and not too high because they can block the view of others – an act that is criticized as lacking in subtlety and politeness.
It can be seen that, with a long history of formation and development, the hat will forever be one of the symbols symbolizing the nobility of the British royal family, an attachment to the luxury and power of the family. The oldest royal family in the world.
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