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Then there’s Spinderella (Dee Roper), the group’s D.J., who lies on a bearskin rug, in black lace.
The soldiers, who don iconic red tunics and tall black bearskin caps, are not just accessories to provide tourists with a photo opportunity.
Once the parade began, Prince William and Prince Charles rode horseback—as is tradition—dressed in full military garb, including medals and bearskin hats.
The bearskins probably came from Iceland or northern Norway.
Today’s cap was introduced after a regiment defeated Napoleon’s Guard at Waterloo and was allowed the privilege of wearing bearskin.
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BEARSKIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bearskin for English Language Learners
: the skin and fur of a bear
: a tall, black fur hat worn in ceremonies by some British soldiers
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