Princess Beatrice's oh-no-bow topper at Friday's royal wedding is quickly becoming a royally huge Internet meme. The Philip Treacy creation has landed its own Facebook page (boasting 133,228 "Likes" so far) and a Tumblr blog. And apparently "How can I paste Princess Beatrice's hat on my head?" has become a popular search on Google's U.K. site.
According to a Huffington Post survey, 78.7 percent of you said that the headpiece was truly horrendous, while 21.3 admitted that "No, I've seen worse."
For those of you having nightmares about the choice, the famous milliner says that's not his problem.
"My inspiration was beauty and elegance; it's a 21st century royal wedding," said Treacy told HollywoodLife.com. "No, they didn't tell me [what they wanted] because I've known them for a long time and I wanted them to look gorgeous and beautiful. They trusted me to make them. Gorgeous and beautiful can be open to interpretation... I thought they looked gorgeous and beautiful. But no one is crying if anyone didn't."
Treacy designed 36 hats in total for the grand event, the New York Daily News reports, including the blue feathered one worn by Beatrice's sister, Princess Eugenie.
View more Philip Treacy designs in the gallery below:
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