Most members of the royal family have a signature accessory, Meghan Markle's is her delicate gold jewelry, Kate is partial to hatbands, and the Queen loves a good brooch But Princess Anne's isn't so much of an accessory as a physical trait her voluminous hair is iconic

Princess Anne is famous for many things, her famous work ethic, as one of the hardest-working members of the royal family with the most number of official engagements, her exceptionally strong backbone, and her gloriously high hair.

Anne's fabulous bouffant is the stuff of legend. She was a huge fan of the popular 60s and 70s beehive style as a teenager and now the 70-year-old is still rocking her signature hairdo whenever she's spotted out and about.

Princess Anne's hairdresser Denise McAdam, who served as a hairdresser to the royal family for more than 30 years, said while the look might seem complicated, it was actually easy to achieve.

"It was a simple up-do, so I just used to go in, close my eyes and do it as quickly as possible," she said.

Erin Doherty, the actress playing a young Princess Anne in the third season of The Crown, has revealed that how long it took to recreate Princess Anne’s hair. The actress told how it takes an hour-and-a-half to create the style.

She said the look takes a "solid hour-and-a-half" before it is liberally backcombed and set with hairspray.