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To my knowledge nothing was said on BBC Joyous Day Radio 4 Unites the Nation in Celebration regarding this teletubbies hat.

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  1. Laura says:

    Twitter had a lot to say about the lookalike Lady Gaga octopus mask hat.

  2. Stephen Foster says:

    Of course. All good was it?

    If I were the Official Mouthpiece BBC Radio 4 Pravda I think I might have said, “Here comes Princess Tippytoes in a lovely colour of hat and she’ll be receiving our signal on that.”

  3. OS says:

    I love the hat, and the colours she’s wearing, and I think she looks stunning. The whole lot did its job: Look at me. That’s wimmen for you. I would have thought you would have appreciated that, winger. After all, you’re always dressed to ‘catch the eye’. Do I detect a little femine jealousy in you here? 🙂

    OS. XXX

  4. Laura says:

    But sometimes…just sometimes designers gift clothes/hats to have their items seen at the right event and these girls are young and their mother wants them to be noticed. The error was the car choice as the hats were dictating the posture of the girls as the drove to the Abbey and its not good when any clothes dictate too much to the wearer for either gender.

    Anyone notice David aka Errol Flynn Beckham?

  5. bumble says:

    best i heard was dame edna last night ,, pretzel head for her and peanut smuggler for kate !! el clasico..

  6. bumble says:

    P.S. nice to see football players in back row,s compared to rugby royalty up in those front rows !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hehehehe X

  7. Stephen Foster says:

    With respect, outside of the thing Mad Max used to drive, I can’t see any car suiting that hat.

  8. Daftburger says:

    It’s what happens when royals mate with commoners!

  9. Laura says:

    Convertible anything…a minibus…tractor…oh and on reflection none of the bridal party wore seatbelts.

  10. calvininjax says:

    Bet they cannot wait for pantomime season to start — ugly sisters par excellence.

  11. markelt says:

    The hat on the left is clearly a homage to 1970s futurism, what with being made of a Thunderbirds hat and fibre optic lamp. The other is a proclamation of pastafarianism. It’s the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

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