The Queen's hit maker Rachel Trevor-Morgan has designed LEGO headwear for miniature versions of the royal family to celebrate Royal Ascot. Trevor-Morgan was down at Legoland in Windsor on Tuesday (June 10, 2014) to unveil the designs, which will be on display until the end of the world's most famous horse racing festival on June 21st.

The Queen Lego AscotThe Queen [center] in LEGO form [Photo: Getty Images: Credit: Gareth Cattermole]

In the LEGO scenes, Her Majesty The Queen wears a characteristically classic hat - a bright yellow straw number with hand painted silk flowers. The Duchess of Cornwall wears a grey picture hat with miniature feathers while fashionista The Duchess of Cambridge wears an understated royal blue straw slice hat with quill feathers.

"What's not to love about it really?" Trevor-Morgan said at the unveiling, "I mean it's just been such fun. They are all made in exactly the same way that we might be making our hats in the work room."

"Each edge is still stitched as we would do in any of our hats so the detailing is there and they are quite intricate."

The Royals LEGOThe young Royals in LEGO Form [Photo: Getty Images: Credit: Gareth Cattermole]

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The Duchess' mother Carole Middleton and the Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice as well as Zara Tindall also get the LEGO treatment and sport headwear measuring just a few centimetres each.

Trevor-Morgan said she had been inspired by the individual fashions of all of the royal women but had tried to add her "own imprint on the different styles."

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Rachel Trevor Morgan LEGORachel Trevor-Morgan's designs [Photo: Getty Images: Credit: Gareth Cattermole]

Rachel Trevor-Morgan
Rachel Trevor-Morgan with her designs at Legoland [Photo: Getty Images: Credit: Gareth Cattermole]