And for more about the royal engagement, here are 10 Things We Know About Harry and Meghan’s Wedding.After 6pm, hats are never worn indoors and it’s time to put on the tiara.Ladies must wear hats for all formal events like the Trooping of the Color (the official celebration of the Queen’s birthday), weddings, and state occasions.There’s no rule that says they have to be hideous though, as Princess Diana so elegantly proved.Have a long talk about expectations, discipline, money, education and anything else you might deal with. You want your children to be happy in this new environment.
(That would be tacky.) But the glittering headpieces can only be worn by married members of the royal family.For official appearances, women are required to wear a “smart” day dress or “trousers” with a jacket or knee length coat.The Queen always wears brightly colored coats and dresses selected for her by her dresser, Angela Kelly.You finally meet someone you really, really like and want to introduce him to your kids. It's the respectful thing to do if you have a good relationship with him. Here are a few ground rules for introducing a new love to your children. A group setting allows children to feel non-threatened. Go Slowly: Remember, you might be in love, but your children need time to get used to a new situation. I had to take him aside and say, “I am so glad you like him! Before you even think about introducing your children to your new boyfriend, you need to have been dating for at least six months. It takes at least six months to begin to really know a person. Group Setting: Have the first five meetings in a group setting.
But Meghan take note, they are never, ever of the ripped or distressed variety.