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Princess Eugenie Wore a Hat With a Sweet Hidden Message to the Queen's Garden Party

She always knows how to add a touch of personal flair.
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The fashion is half the fun of attending a royal garden party, right? If so, Princess Eugenie is truly putting her best foot forward when it comes to personal style.

The soon to-be-bride looked nothing less than chic in a navy blue dress and matching hat, which she wore to the second of four rounds of garden parties that Queen Elizabeth hosts every summer at Buckingham Palace and Holyrood Palace. And Eugenie made quite a statement with her Misa Harada hat, which featured a sweet hidden message.

If you look closely, you can see that the word "love" is embellished in the mesh material of the classic design, as the Daily Mail pointed out. Eugenie, who has been known to wear some rather bold styles in the past, seems to have mastered the art of taking an ordinary outfit up a notch by adding some personal flair.

See more of the royal's outfit here.


A closer look at the embellished hat.


Princess Eugenie's full garden party look.

Eugenie is no doubt busy planning her fall wedding to Jack Brooksbank. The couple announced their engagement in January after dating for nearly seven years. Eugenie and Jack will wed on October 12, 2018 in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, which is the same location her cousin Prince Harry just tied the knot. With the conclusion of one extraordinary royal wedding, we're already looking forward to what kind of a soirée these two will have later this year.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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