Everyone's Comparing Fergie's Hat For Princess Eugenie's Wedding To A Golden Snitch
Sarah Ferguson's wedding hat has hilariously been likened to a Golden Snitch from the Harry Potter franchise, proving she's the queen of wedding attire.
Fergie arrived at St George's Chapel in Windsor to see her daughter, Princess Eugenie, tie the knot with Jack Brooksbank dressed in a bright mint green dress by Emma Louise Design.
She paired the dress with a wide brimmed hat by Jess Collett, featuring two straw 'wings' protruding from either side.
The bride's mum finished the look with a vintage Manolo Blahnik bag, however, it was her headwear that really caught social media's attention.
Twitter users began to draw comparisons between the hat and a Golden Snitch from the tales of Harry Potter.
One user wrote: "I LOVED Fergie's hat (and indeed whole outfit) and the fact that it did look like a Golden Snitch from some angles made it even more fabulous in my eyes. She was glowing with happiness & pride like any mother on her daughter's big day [sic]."
Another added: "I LOVE Fergie's Golden Snitch inspired hat!"
A third Twitter user said: "Yes, Fergie is wearing Harry Potter's Golden Snitch on her hat. This is going to get me through the day."
One social media user also compared the hat to the Piston Cup from Pixar animation Cars.
Is Fergie wearing the Piston Cup to her daughter's wedding? #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/epoQH0Ieqn
- Jackie B (@itsnottuesday) October 12, 2018
Fergie, Beatrice and Eugenie aren't strangers to people commenting on their head wear, after the two princesses' accessories became the star of Price William and Kate's wedding.
The pair both wore fascinators designed by London milliner Philip Treacy. Eugenie's blue cap was pinned to the front of her head with an explosive arrangement of flowers and feathers on top.
Beatrice opted for a pale pink headpiece finished with a large bow on top, which was infamously compared to a pretzel.
Thankfully, Fergie managed to keep hold of her hat on Friday, as strong winds left guests running after their accessories.
October weddings are never the most reliable when it comes to British weather, but Storm Callum took wet and windy to a whole new level.
The storm brought 72mph gusts of wind to the UK today, meaning that there were hats and fascinators flying everywhere, and even caused a bit of a tumble amongst the bridal party...
Thankfully, the rain managed to stay away from the wedding at St George's Chapel in Windsor but maybe an October wedding wasn't the best idea - unless you're a fan of the windswept look, that is.
The youngsters in the bridal party struggled with the massive gusts of wind, as some of Eugenie's bridesmaids were knocked off their feet during their ascent to the church.
Poor Louis de Givenchy fell straight to the floor, while Princess Charlotte carried on waving like a pro.
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