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    • BBC

    The Virgin Queen

    2005

    Costume seen on Sienna Guillory as Lettice Knollys

    • BBC

    Bucket O' French and Saunders

    2007

    Costume seen on Jennifer Saunders playing Helen Mirren as Elizabeth I

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2009

    Costume seen on Charlotte Salt as Lady Ursula Misseldon

    • HarperCollins
    • Simon & Schuster

    Mahkum Prenses (The Constant Princess)

    2009

    Costume seen on Turkish book cover for a Phillipa Gregory Novel

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About the Costume

This dress is yet another example of costumes being used not only in film and television, but in other mediums as well. Costumes can show up as props, they can appear in print advertisements, commercials, and in this case on a book cover.

This dress was designed for the 2005 BBC mini-series The Virgin Queen, where it was worn on actress Sienna Guillory as Lettice Knollys.  It was used again on Jennifer Saunders in 2007 in Bucket O’ French and Saunders, where she played Helen Mirren portraying Queen Elizabeth I.  The gown was used a third time in the 2009 third season of The Tudors, on Charlotte Salt as Lady Ursula Misseldon.  Lastly, it appeared on a book cover of the Turkish translation of Phillipa Gregory’s 2009 novel The Constant Princess, where the promotional photo from The Tudors has been utilized and edited.

About the Costume

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Have you ever watched a film and noticed a character walk by in a gown that you just know you’ve seen before? Recycled Movie Costumes is dedicated to documenting the life of a costume through its various appearances on film and television.

Additional Images

About the Costume

This dress is yet another example of costumes being used not only in film and television, but in other mediums as well. Costumes can show up as props, they can appear in print advertisements, commercials, and in this case on a book cover.

This dress was designed for the 2005 BBC mini-series The Virgin Queen, where it was worn on actress Sienna Guillory as Lettice Knollys.  It was used again on Jennifer Saunders in 2007 in Bucket O’ French and Saunders, where she played Helen Mirren portraying Queen Elizabeth I.  The gown was used a third time in the 2009 third season of The Tudors, on Charlotte Salt as Lady Ursula Misseldon.  Lastly, it appeared on a book cover of the Turkish translation of Phillipa Gregory’s 2009 novel The Constant Princess, where the promotional photo from The Tudors has been utilized and edited.

This dress is yet another example of costumes being used not only in film and television, but in other mediums as well. Costumes can show up as props, they can appear in print advertisements, commercials, and in this case on a book cover.

This dress was designed for the 2005 BBC mini-series The Virgin Queen, where it was worn on actress Sienna Guillory as Lettice Knollys.  It was used again on Jennifer Saunders in 2007 in Bucket O’ French and Saunders, where she played Helen Mirren portraying Queen Elizabeth I.  The gown was used a third time in the 2009 third season of The Tudors, on Charlotte Salt as Lady Ursula Misseldon.  Lastly, it appeared on a book cover of the Turkish translation of Phillipa Gregory’s 2009 novel The Constant Princess, where the promotional photo from The Tudors has been utilized and edited.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
  • Lauren
  • S.S. James
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Costume Designer:
  • Amy Roberts

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