Scarlett Moffatt divided the internet when she wore perhaps one of the biggest hats in existence to a friends wedding this weekend.

The Gogglebox star, 28, was glammed up for the ceremony of her university friends in York, and she chose a black hat with a giant bouquet of gold flowers creeping up the side.

She posted pictures and videos of her fancy new look on Instagram and said: “Wedding ready. Love my make-up and hair.”

Some of her followers loved the dramatic costume and commented: “Lovely head dress”, “I LOVE your hat” and “You look stunning”.



The hat in all its glory



Scarlett thanked her glam squad for the dazzling look



Her friends seemed to ignore the fact there was a small gold forest emerging from her head

Others, however, weren’t so sure: “Make ups just abt ok but the bush on your head …”

Recently, the brunette babe was spotted getting boozy in a pool as she celebrated her friend’s hen do abroad.

She uploaded a snap of herself on the deck of a luxury yacht. Wearing a ‘bride squad’ T-shirt while clutching a glass of champagne, she can be seen standing on the boat’s bow. She captioned the image: “When you can’t swim well so have to wear a life jacket”.



Scarlett with her pals at the wedding



Her hat was centre of attention

The posts quickly racked up thousands of Instagram likes in just a few hours, which suggests people like seeing her relax.

Especially as she’s undergone some stressful times of late.

Most recently, her coveted job on Saturday Night Takeaway was put on hold after the show was officially suspended until 2020.




ITV bosses made the decision after Ant McPartlin revealed he’d be off-duty until next year.

Then, shortly before this, Scarlett was forced to defend herself against vile trolls.

Defiantly, she took to Twitter to shame the vicious critics, who ‘d been bullying her over her appearance.



Scarlett Moffatt arriving at the World Premiere of King Of Thieves at Vue, West End

“I’m honestly ashamed of some people on here,” she wrote. “No wonder the amount of people with social anxiety is increasing.

“Feel like I can’t even film TV shows without hating the way that I look after – from constantly being attacked because of my size and my appearance!

“Feel like I need to speak out for others!

“This is not fair this needs to stop!! Please don’t let other people stop you from doing what you love. Real beauty shines from within.”



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