Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Queen Elizabeth II
Camilla Parker Bowles and Queen Elizabeth II wear hats during official engagements. Pictured: Prince Charles, Bowles, the Queen watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, as members of the Royal Family attend events to mark the centenary of the RAF on July 10, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Queen Elizabeth II and Camilla Parker Bowles are known for wearing hats and fascinators during public engagements, and they have different tastes when it comes to the head accessory.

Allure compiled some of Bowles’ photos with hats and fascinators and the list started from her wedding to Prince Charles in 2005. Instead of wearing a tiara, Bowles wore a Philip Treacy straw hat layered in French lace and designed with a feather-filled flower.

In the same year, Bowles wore a deep red beret when she made her first post-wedding appearance at Crathie Parish Church. In 2006, Bowles attended her daughter Laura’s wedding in a swirling fascinator in mint green color.

Throughout the years, Bowles has worn simpler hats and fascinators. One of her more subtle picks is her cream curls hat which she wore during an engagement this year. But every now and then, the Duchess of Cornwall still like to wear hats and fascinators with embroidered elements like the one she used at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding in May.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth II’s hats and fascinators have also evolved in recent years. According to People, Her Majesty may have been spotted in over one thousand hats since she became Queen. The publication noted that it was in 1953 that the Queen’s love for hats started.

MyVoucherCodes estimated Queen’s hats at 5,000 and to celebrate her love of millinery, the online discount code site teamed up with NeoMan Studios in creating an artistic tribute to the monarch.

An animated video of the Queen in her beloved hats and fascinators from 1953 to the present time was recently released. There are a total of 66 hats featured in the video, and they were all inspired by the headpiece that the Queen wore to the Royal Ascot every year.