Throughout the history of Doctor Who, the main characters have worn a variety of headgear. Perhaps the Doctor to date with the most enthusiasm for hats is the Eleventh Doctor, played by Matt Smith. Though other incarnations wear a hat more often, they do not display such affection for their headwear.
The Rani is a female Time Lord who manages to defeat three different Doctors and is more than a match for the Master, despite only appearing in two proper Doctor Who stories and a non-canonical charity spin-off.
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