Tuesday, 7 July 2015

The Sisterhood of the Travelling Hat: Felicity and Chirk Castle

Not to cast any aspersions on any of the elite sisters, but Adelaide has been visiting a extra special person recently.


Well, let's face it, without her, there would be no Travelling Hat to begin with! Because there would be no me.


That's right, Adelaide has been visiting my Mum (Felicity) in Wales.

For her photoshoot, Mum took Adelaide to Chirk Castle, and found some of the most amazing backdrops in the gardens. Including a ridiculously gigantic rhododendron.


I do really love the back of the hat, and it just matches this plant so perfectly!


Adelaide also went to work and had a bit of a dress-up party with Mum's colleagues but sadly there are no photos. I love that she is having a lot of fun adventures around the world and meeting heaps of people.

That ends the European leg of Adelaide's journey. She has already arrived in the North American continent, and you'll be hearing more from her soon.

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9 comments:

  1. Oh that hat looks beautiful against the blue flowers. Chirk castle is beautiful and the gardens are fantastic all year around. As I only live about an hour away, I try to visit as much as possible. A visit is much overdue though!

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    1. Oh that is awesome! I have been there once, the last time I visited Mum, and I loved it too! A beautiful part of the world you guys live in :)

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  2. That is quite a rhododendron!
    Mum and Adelaide both look awesome.

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    1. My rhododendron is about 1% of that size! But a similar colour :)

      They do indeed :)

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  3. That is so stupendously cool! I really, really love that you dear mom took part in the adventures of the traveling hat. This post warmed my heart and brought a huge smile my way. You and your mom are both such beautiful, elegant ladies and it's a joy to see her here, sporting that breathtaking chapeau.

    Tons of hugs to both of you,
    ♥ Jessica

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    1. It is lovely! And I hope to get my sister involved when Adelaide returns to our shores, too :)

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  4. Oh, that's super fabulous that your mother is making part of this wonderful adventure! What beautiful gardens, beautiful mom and beautiful Adelaide ;-)

    Beta xx

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    1. I'm very glad that she wanted to be a part of it too :)

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  5. How great that the hat visited your mum too!

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