Ichthys-Greek for fish.
The early Christians used it as a secret symbol.
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@Symbeline Which cursed thing? The thing on the head or the head itself? The head belongs to Princess Beatrice, eldest daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Sarah Furguson, Duchess of York. The thing on her head is purported to be, has been referred to and described as a “hat” but I’m not convinced. Whatever it is, it was atop or attached to or possibly growing out of, or was in some co-evolutionary, symbiotic, parasitic relationship with her head when she attended the recent wedding of her cousin, Prince William.
All I know about English royalty is Edward the first. So, the hat. :D And that thing probbaly cost a million times more than any type of headgear that actually serves a purpose besides looking like an idiot lol.
@Symbeline I’m not much of a follower of the royals myself, I probably know more about that damn hat than I know about anyone in the royal family, but I saw a picture of it and like a car crash, I didn’t want to look but I couldn’t turn away. She sold the hat on eBay for $131,648 and donated the money to UNICEF and another children’s charity so at least something good came out of that monstrosity.