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While all eyes were on Kate Middleton, many of the royal wedding guests took the opportunity to express their personal style through bold colors, ornate hats and even lavish jewels.

Fascinators were the accessory of choice for the younger set -- Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie experimented with avant-garde styles. Meanwhile, Kate's mother Carole, Queen Elizabeth II and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall all opted for classic, wider-brimmed hats.

Take a peek at these stylish ladies -- and gents! -- who were lucky enough to witness the royal vows at Westminster Abbey. And don't miss our gallery of celebrities in attendance.


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  • Dawn Ivey

    What the hell was Princess Beatrice thinking when she left the house in that hat. She looks like something off the PEE WEE Herman show.

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  • Karen

    I'm certainly not the fashionista of the universe -- but how could Princess Beatrice even begin to think her hat was high fashion suitable for attending a royal wedding. She is a lovely young woman but her hat reminded me of a giant Rolls Royce hood ornament.





















































































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