3 Best Jubilee Hair Dos

The ladies of the royal family must have spent months preparing their looks for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations over the weekend, with a huge amount of thought on their clothes, shoes, hats, jewellery, make-up and, of course, their hair. 

Here is our pick of who had the best hair style of the historic weekend. 

  • Catherine’s low chignon

The Duchess of Cambridge rocked a low chignon twice at the various events to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, and she looked elegant and stunning both times. 

Firstly, she wore her hair in a plaited side chignon for the Trooping the Colour parade, which she embellished with a white Philip Treacy hat. The following day, she sported a similar twisted chignon at the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s, when she wore another hat by the milliner, this time in pale lemon. 

  • Princess Charlotte’s plaits

  • Girls, both big and little, will be asking for Charlotte’s pretty plaits, after the young princess wore them in a half-up, half-down style on more than one occasion over the weekend. 

    The seven-year-old daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton finished off the look with a pretty blue ribbon, leaving the rest of her hair naturally straight. 

  • Meghan Markle’s chic bun 

  • Meghan Markle turned up to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s anniversary, adding a touch of Hollywood to the proceedings. 

    The former actress looked effortlessly chic in an entirely white Dior belted coat dress ensemble, which she teamed with a matching Stephen Jones for Dior hat, Allure revealed.

    Instead of letting her natural waves loose, she had her hair tied back into a low understated bun, letting the statement headpiece take centre stage. 

    Get Markle’s sleek look with GHD platinum plus hair straighteners – a perfect choice for the Platinum Jubilee year. 

    Written by Sarah A