The queen made headlines yesterday when it turned out that she no longer used fur in her outfits after switching to & # 39; faux & # 39; this year.
The monarch, however, is far from being the only royal who likes to wrap himself in a fur coat or brace himself against a winter cold in a fur-trimmed hat.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Anne and Princess Michael of Kent all stepped in fur, while the Duchess of Cornwall had such a backlash over a certain fur hat that she put on a set of fake looks.
Indeed, the Duchess of Sussex is considered the only striking royal woman who has never been seen in fur, instead for cruelty-free brands and vegan designers.
In a conversation with FEMAIL, the etiquette expert said that it is likely that other royal women would soon follow the queen's leadership and leave fur.
& # 39; Where The Queen leads, others follow, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I would be very surprised if senior members of the royal family were to be seen in real fur again, but it can come.
& # 39; The royal family has many functions and adjusting the time to stay relevant and survive is crucial. & # 39;
PRINCESS ANNE: REAL FUR, BUT RECYCLED
One of Princess Anne's recycled favorites is a black fur hat from Yvette Jalf, who wore a winter warmer – which was also thought to have a fur ornament – to meet the dignitaries in 1983. She wore the look twice more for Christmas services in Sandringham (in 2008)
There is a second black hat, also believed as fur, which the princess has worn a number of times, including Christmas in Sandringham in 2000 (left) and in 2014 (right)
Princess Anne is considered Britain's most economical royal family and is known for recycling dresses, hats and handbags year after year – including favorite fur pieces.
Among them is a black fur hat from Yvette Jalf, whom she saw for the first time wearing a winter warmer jacket – also thought to have a fur trim – in 1976.
There was a hint of white woolen scarf, and her classic Grima pearls glittered in her ears. In 1983, Anne returned to the outfit to meet with ecclesiastical dignitaries and added a silver brooch.
A blue scarf and bag were the only changes in 2003, and she wore the look twice more for Christmas services in Sandringham, each time keeping warm with the fur.
There is a second black hat, also believed as fur, that the princess has worn a number of times. This winter accessory is larger and has a chunkier rounded edge.
DUCHESS OF CORNWALL: CLEVER FAUX FUR LOOKALIKES
The Duchess of Cornwall switched to faux fur hats after being hit by a barrage of criticism for wearing real fur creation. Pictured, in her faux Lock & Co hat in 2017
The fake fur hats are all the same design, but come in a variety of colors, including deep pink, black, brown, slate and tweed. Pictured, two of the hats, on display in 2015 (left) and March (right)
The Duchess of Cornwall switched to faux fur hats after being hit by a barrage of criticism for wearing real fur creation.
The duchess was downright notorious for the real Russian-style fur hat she wore at the church service of the Royal Family in Sandringham in 2010.
The offensive Russian-style hat was apparently made from "vintage fur" that belonged to her grandmother and was upcycled by milliner Philip Treacy – but the criticism stung.
Since then, she has purchased six tailor-made faux fur cut hats from the exclusive company Lock & Co – and was proudly seen one at Christmas in 2017.
Her fake fur hats are all the same design, but come in a variety of colors, including deep pink, black, brown, slate and tweed.
Camilla trusted these ethical accessories on a number of striking trips in the following years.
PRINCESS MICHAEL VAN KENT: ALL-OUT FUR
Princess Michael van Kent will gain access to the Italian Ambassador & # 39; s Residence in 2009
Princess Michael van Kent wraps herself in a fur coat and hat in December 2006 (left) and chooses a luxury fur-trimmed scarf to go with her husband to the Queen's 80th birthday party that year
Princess Michael of Kent, the wife of the Queen's cousin, Prince Michael of Kent, is known for her showy sense of style.
It is perhaps not surprising that the 74-year-old is in favor of fur when it comes to packing during a night out.
The Royal has worn opulent fur coats for a number of high-profile black tie features, including an evening in 2009 at the Italian Ambassador's Residence and the Queen's 80th birthday party in 2006.
More recently, Princess Michael wore a fur-trimmed jacket for a night out at Scott's famous meeting place, Scott's # 39; s in London in 2017 and wore fur as he stepped out of the capital with Tiffany Trump in January.
DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE: FAIR TRADE FUR
Kate depicted wearing a chestnut brown alpaca fur £ 225 Sumac hat from Lacorine, made in Peru when she visited Oslo last year (left) and Kate in a black alpaca fur hat that same week when she visited the Nobel Museum in Stockholm (right)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wear otter fur shawls the day they got them while visiting a tribe in Canada in 2016
Kate is depicted with fur hats made from alpaca & # 39; s who died of natural causes.
The duchess was seen in a chestnut brown £ 225 hat from Lacorine, made in Peru under the fair trade label by local artisans when she visited Oslo last year.
The royal was also seen in a black alpaca fur hat earlier that same week when she visited the Nobel Museum in Stockholm.
Kate and Prince William were slammed by animal rights activists in 2016 when they were shown to wear otter fur scarves they had received during a visit to the First Nations Haida Community during an official tour through Canada.
The shawls were given by the tribe as a sign of welcome and respect.
The International Fur Trade Federation accused her of wearing a pet fur bobble hat when she was shown in the London garment in 2012.
Buckingham Palace, however, quickly corrected them and revealed that the hat was actually faux fur.
DUCHESS OF SUSSEX: STRICTLY BON-FREE
Meghan has never been depicted with real fur and has even been announced by animal rights activists as royalty in vegan fashion. Pictured, with Kate last December
The duchess has supported a number of ethical and environmentally-friendly designers, including Stella McCartney, whose creations are strictly colored and leather-free. Shown in a Stella McCartney dress in June this year (left) and with a Stella McCartney clutch in March (right)
Meghan has never been depicted with real fur and has even been announced by animal rights activists as royalty in vegan fashion.
The duchess has supported a number of ethical and environmentally-friendly designers, including Stella McCartney, whose creations are strictly colored and leather-free.
The duchess is said to be strongly opposed to wearing real fur in 2018 by her good friend Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, who works in the field of talent management.
The 52-year-old, who worked as a royal agent for two years, revealed that Meghan has a strict no-fur policy.
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