Sarah Ferguson Rocks Statement Headband During Latest Outing

Sarah Ferguson recently took a trip to the town of Huddersfield, England, where she visited two organizations that received the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, as well as her former place of employment, the University of Huddersfield.

To mark her visit, the Duchess of York shared an Instagram post featuring her first stop at Ruddi's Retreat. She said, “It was such an honour to see Ruddi and the wonderful supporters of @ruddisretreat again in Huddersfield today. Ruddi’s is a wonderful charity, who were awarded the Queen’s Award for voluntary service this year. They help families with seriously ill children to have access to a holiday home and a holiday for minimal costs. Ruddi has kept in touch with me since 2018!”

During the duchess's trip, she was seen sporting a blue blazer over a black dress, but the real statement piece was her colorful, feathery headband, which was shown in the series of photos below.

Social media followers were offered a better glimpse at the royal's accessory in a post made by the Ruddi's Retreat organization, where they said, “We are so unbelievably proud to introduce our new patron. @SarahTheDuchess. This lady has the heart and passion that we need. Such a kind, selfless person that we are honoured to call ours.”

Bold headwear has recently become Fergie's signature fashion staple. For International Women's Day, the duchess posted a photo where her head was wrapped in a patterned green scarf. Meanwhile, during her new YouTube series, Storytime with Fergie and Friends, the royal has been seen in headbands adorned with flowers, tulle and jewels, to fit with the whimsical nature of her show.

We can't wait to see what look she pulls out next.

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