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The wildest hats guests wore to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding

INSIDER Logo By Daniel Boan,Chloe Pantazi of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 16:  A royal wedding is exciting for several reasons. As bishop Michael Curry pointed out during his sermon, it's essentially a giant celebration of love and a new member of the royal family. But one aspect of the wedding stands tall above them all: the hats. It has become customary for women to wear a hat or fascinator to most official royal events, and the hats seen at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding definitely did not disappoint. While nobody took as much of a risk as Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie did at Kate Middleton's wedding, there were still some eye-catching hats and fascinators to be seen. From the queen's vivid neon green hat to Oprah's oversized design, here are the wildest hats from the royal wedding.

A royal wedding is exciting for several reasons. As bishop Michael Curry pointed out during his sermon, it's essentially a giant celebration of love and a new member of the royal family. But one aspect of the wedding stands tall above them all: the hats.

It has become customary for women to wear a hat or fascinator to most official royal events, and the hats seen at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding definitely did not disappoint. While nobody took as much of a risk as Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie did at Kate Middleton's wedding, there were still some eye-catching hats and fascinators to be seen.

From the queen's vivid neon green hat to Oprah's oversized design, here are the wildest hats from the royal wedding.

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