Kate Middleton’s scene-stealing Jane Corbett hat: love or hate?

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  • Kate Middleton wore the dove grey creation to the Trooping the Colour ceremony - but her headgear has divided opinions

    Kate Middleton has trotted out a series of scene-stealing hats and statement headgear since joining the royal family. But her latest look, a bold, Jane Corbett creation, has truly divided opinion.

    And now we want your thoughts on Kate Middleton’s millinery style.

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    Kate wore the bold, dove grey creation to the official Trooping the colour ceremony on Saturday, teamed with a matching, custom-made, embroidered Erdem dress.

    Designed by the Duchess’s go-to milliner, Jane Corbett, the oval hat, complete with decorative grey bow, stood proud of Kate’s head, sweeping low over her forehead.

    So low in fact, that we couldn’t help but wonder if Kate could actually see out from under it.

    Now while, in our eyes, the Duchess of Cambridge can do no style wrong, Kate’s unusual choice of headgear has divided opinions among fashion fans.

    While some love Kate’s adventurous look, others think the Duchess has gone a little bit too far.

    So we want you to have your say.

    What are your thoughts on Kate Middleton’s statement hat? Do you love or hate her bold millinery look? Let us know in the box below…

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