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FAKE A BOW
Now we know why they call it a 'fascinator': the royal transfixes millions of wedding watchers with her sculptural, bow-topped Philip Treacy adornment paired with a Valentino Haute Couture dress and coat.
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Leaving no question that she's a true English Rose, Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew's elder daughter attracts a flight of butterflies while heading to another royal wedding – this time that of her cousin Peter Philips in 2008.
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A nest of feathers is all that Beatrice needs to make a statement while heading to witness a 2006 formal knighting by the Queen during the annual Garter Service at St. George's Chapel.
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KICK SOME ASCOT
For the annual horse races in 2008, the princess follows English tradition by selecting an outrageous hat: a towering white variety adorned with a single oversized bloom.
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Teetering over her forehead, Beatrice's circular hat balances its fashion-forward geometry with a spray of complementary feathers and frills at the 2010 Ascot races.
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It's a bird, it's a plane…nope, it's just another outrageously plumed fascinator worn by the princess during an annual parade celebrating the Queen's birthday in 2010.
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Returning to her favorite hat designer yet again, Beatrice selects a neutral Philip Treacy look that's anything but tame for 2011 Easter services at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
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COMING UP ROSES
It's another day at the races as the royal attends Ascot in 2009 with her head topped with a perfectly framed floral still-life.
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A safety net it's not! Beatrice peeks out from behind a bold, netted nimbus, at Ascot Ladies' Day in 2010.
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BLACK & HEIGHT
Opposites attract for another 2008 outing to Ascot, as the princess's chapeau balances a sleek white oblong with inches of wild black feathers towering above.