What’s an elaborate hairstyle without a tiara, yes? For all you crown aficionados, here is a delightful (albeit LONG) presentation of European royal headdresses. Note, my various crowns are nowhere to be found in this line up, thought plenty of my sisters’ and cousins’ bling-ridden hair ornaments are shown. Extra credit to those who can pick them out!
*This just in! For all you royal enthusiasts. Kate’s wedding dress is on display!
For those of you who wish to view yours truly under cover of crown, I submit the following:
The sepia tone does this one well, don't you think?
This so, so Austrian, these colors and this expression. This is my least favorite head-bling, but I think the neck band quite fetching.
Now here's a good view of the diamonds. And don't I look busty in this one!
Last but not least, the veil view. The amber background suits my coloring, yes?
the not-so silent heroine of trw
A bit ago, I posted about the Royal Snubbing of Fergie, whilst musing on the possibility of Philip Treacy hats amongst the Royal Wedding retinue. My, my, am I prescient or what?
Not to toot my own horn, but I knew that where there’s a royal affair, there’s the pressure to set a trend. Not that any normal person could afford to tarry about under a Treacy headdress, but I’m sure there will soon be knockoffs fashioned by small Chinese children and sold for much more than the pennies they are paid.
Which makes it ironic (don’t you think) that Bea is auctioning off the hat and funneling the pounds to UNICEF, and Children in Crisis–two children’s charities. At this posting, the eBay bids have surpassed £20,200, and, along with that, some spotlight on the lot of poor and orphaned children throughout the world. It is often the reality that spectacle leads eventually to compassion, albeit circuitously. Who knew this better than the now-dead Princess Diana?
So here’s to Princess Bea–the child of the snubbed Fergie–she held her head (and headdress) with grace and class!