Remember the Hat That Ate the Royal Wedding?
How about now?
Ah, there, that's better. So easy to forget a hat like that. It just blended in with all the other 12-point antlers growing out of the other guests' foreheads.
But the hat's creator, Philip Treacy, is now defending poor Princess Beatrice against the mean old "fashion bullies" who were put off by the young girl turning up to the royal wedding looking like she expected to be unwrapped at some point during the ceremony. (I'm surprised she didn't accidentally yell "Happy Birthday!" as Kate made her way down the aisle. Beatrice: "I got you a present, you'll never guess... oh, all right then, it's me!!")
Says Mr. Treacy, "In the future we'll look back and think she looked wild."
Um, Mr. Treacy, we do think she looks wild. It's just that free-range elk meets Project Runway was not the look we were hoping for. Plus, that coal black eyeliner she apparently applied with a paintbrush doesn't do anything to calm the nagging sense that she is going to gallop off into the sunset post ceremony.
Poor Beatrice. Surely your mum told you it was unwise to ever leave the house wearing a wedding cake topper on your forehead?
Wait, she didn't?
Huh. The things you think you'll never have to say.