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It is legal, so long as they do not touch them or try to remove their silly hats.


bearskinIn fact, the tall bearskin hat is called a shako.To the general public it is called a 'Busby'. I've been English for 54 years and never heard them called a 'shako', although the soldiers themselves might possibly use the term.Additional:although most refer to the bearskin hats as busby hats, busbys are actually a different type of hat which is shorter than the bearskin hat.


They do not, this sounds like confusion between the bearskin hats worn by Buckingham Palace's ceremonial guards. The hats worn by the Yeomen Wardens, aka 'Beefeaters', are small.


The bass drummers of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards wear them, they were given to them by Tsar Nicholas in 1894, on him becoming the Colonel in Chief of what was then the Royal Scots Greys, who formed together with the 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales' Dragoon Guards) to form the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.



Red jackets and BEAR Skin hats.


I believe that at a Royal Wedding in England, it is either a sign of respect or the law to wear some type of head piece/hat/fasinator


Because his hair is puffy and he likes hats


they can wear hats if they want to


Pentecostal men do wear hats.


Medieval merchants do wear hats.


usually he doesn't wear hats.


AnswerFrogs wear hats but only in cartoons.



Sunday hats are hats that you wear on Sunday mostly to mass.


no girls wear hats too so that means u can wear his hats.


she doesn't always wear hats


It is not disrespectful to wear hats in school, it is just oner of those things it is disrespectful to wear hats in any buildings.


People who want to keep the sun out of their eyes wear hats. People who want the keep their head warm wear hats. People who just want to look cool also wear hats.


yes they did wear hats. They were much like pirate hats but had more curves on them.


no, the cro magnon did not wear hats. What did you thing lol?


I believe they did wear hats...scull type...


They are the Queen's Guards. But you would need to know precisely how many buttons they wear, to determine the exact regiment any given guard belongs to.


The Irish police force, known as the Garda Síochána or informally as the guards, are not armed, with the exception of specialised units. The Irish Guards can also refer to a regiment of the British Army. They have guns- and machine guns, artillery, antitank weapons, etc. Some of them are serving in combat roles in Iraq and Afgahistan now. For their "high dress" uniform, they wear the traditional red coat and the black "bearskin" hat- but wear a shamrock on the collar of the jacket.


The Romans did not wear hats.



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