Sarah Ferguson was snubbed by not receiving an invite to Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal wedding--however her daughters were invited. Now some people are speculating that the outrageous hats Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice wore to the royal wedding were designed as revenge for their mother's snub.
According to a report from Hollywood Life, some folks are going so far as to call the two girls' ridiculous hats a royal diss.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie arrived at Kate Middleton and Prince William's wedding, despite Sarah Ferguson's lack of an invitation. They were wearing some absolutely silly hats that did appear to be some type of mockery. One of the hats appeared to have some purple fruit or flowers on top, sitting just below an outrageous plume of feathers. The other could be best described as a bad take on modern art. It was what appeared to be a cream-colored wreath--and people the world over are wondering how on earth that particular hat stayed on the princess's head.
Sarah Ferguson was never well-received by the royal family, even when she was first married to Prince Andrew. It would be interesting to know a bit more about her daughters, and more importantly their senses of humor--to determine if the ugly hats were truly worn as a form of revenge.
Did you see the hats that Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice wore to Kate Middleton and Prince William's wedding? Do you think they could have been purposely designed to be outlandish as a way of getting back for Sarah Ferguson's royal wedding snub? You must admit that even in light of the wide array of hats displayed at the wedding, theirs were two of the most--um, well--unusual.
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