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  • Donald Sumpter as King Claudius wearing a gold crown with pearls and red, orange, and white stones in the 1990 film "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

    1990

    Costume seen on Donald Sumpter as King Claudius

  • Timothy West as King Francis wearing a gold crown with pearls and red, orange, and white stones in the 1998 film "Ever After."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Ever After

    1998

    Costume seen on Timothy West as King Francis

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This crown was spotted in two movies from the 90s. The 1990 movie Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead saw actor Donald Sumpter wear it as King Claudius. Actor Timothy West later wore it as King Francis in the 1998 film Ever After.

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This crown was spotted in two movies from the 90s. The 1990 movie Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead saw actor Donald Sumpter wear it as King Claudius. Actor Timothy West later wore it as King Francis in the 1998 film Ever After.

This crown was spotted in two movies from the 90s. The 1990 movie Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead saw actor Donald Sumpter wear it as King Claudius. Actor Timothy West later wore it as King Francis in the 1998 film Ever After.

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  1. The Kingmaker’s Daughter – Philippa Gregory (Polish edition), with the same dress we can see in the cover of “The White Princess”, same author.

    • Yes, people. I answer myself. LOL!

      I just wanted to add that the dress in “The White Princess” appears before, in “The Princess and the Hound”, a novel by Mette Ivie Harrison (2009), a fairytale.

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Costume Commentary

  1. The Kingmaker’s Daughter – Philippa Gregory (Polish edition), with the same dress we can see in the cover of “The White Princess”, same author.

    • Yes, people. I answer myself. LOL!

      I just wanted to add that the dress in “The White Princess” appears before, in “The Princess and the Hound”, a novel by Mette Ivie Harrison (2009), a fairytale.

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  1. The Kingmaker’s Daughter – Philippa Gregory (Polish edition), with the same dress we can see in the cover of “The White Princess”, same author.

    • Yes, people. I answer myself. LOL!

      I just wanted to add that the dress in “The White Princess” appears before, in “The Princess and the Hound”, a novel by Mette Ivie Harrison (2009), a fairytale.

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