Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has switched to the faux fur look after receiving lots of criticism for wearing a real fur hat.
Back in 2010, the Duchess of Cornwall was given a hard time for wearing a Russian-style fur hat at the Royal Family’s Sandringham Christmas Day church service.
Since then, she has bought six faux fur hats from Lock & Co. and proudly wore one to this year’s Christmas Day service. The six hats are the same design, but come in different colours.
According to a Lock & Co. spokeswoman: “Camilla is a customer. The hats are a bespoke order with faux fur trim. The hat sits low on the head and keeps you warm.”
“It’s quite water resistant and good for winter,” she added.
Lock & Co. is based in London’s St. James Street and has boasted quite a reputation, being the Royal hatter of the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Charles.
In addition to Camilla’s faux fur appearances, Prince Harry decided not to participate in the Boxing Day hunt considering his fiancee, Meghan Markle, is pro-animal rights. We’re excited to find out what the next Royal announcement will be!