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  • Sienna Guillory as Lettice Knollys wearing a yellow gown in the 2005 mini-series "The Virgin Queen."
    • BBC

    The Virgin Queen

    2005

    Costume seen on Sienna Guillory as Lettice Knollys

  • Jennifer Saunders playing Helen Mirren as Elizabeth I wearing a yellow gown in the 2007 series "Bucket O' French and Saunders."
    • BBC

    A Bucket O' French and Saunders

    2007

    Costume seen on Jennifer Saunders playing Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Charlotte Salt as Lady Ursula Misseldon wearing a yellow gown in the 2009 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2009

    Costume seen on Charlotte Salt as Lady Ursula Misseldon

  • Cover of the 2009 edition of the novel "Mahkum Prenses (The Constant Princess)" by Philippa Gregory.
    • HarperCollins
    • Simon & Schuster

    Mahkum Prenses (The Constant Princess)

    2009

    Costume seen on Turkish cover of a Philippa Gregory Novel

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, 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 A 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 2009 book cover of the Turkish translation of Philippa Gregory’s novel The Constant Princess, where the promotional photo from The Tudors has been utilized and edited.

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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, 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 A 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 2009 book cover of the Turkish translation of Philippa Gregory’s 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, 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 A 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 2009 book cover of the Turkish translation of Philippa Gregory’s 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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Costume Commentary

  1. Looks to me like the Philippa Gregory book cover is actually the very screenshot from “The Tudors” that you’ve featured here, just with a necklace poorly photoshopped on top. Interesting.

  2. It may have been worn in the scene in Elizabeth I The Virgin Queen by the character in the scene when Elizabeth chastises the mother of one of the nobleman when she tells her that her ability to afford such clothes of imported cloth will be difficult when the income from offices etc. will be taken away from her son.

  3. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  4. This dress is also featured on the cover of what I think is the Turkish version of Philippa Gregory’s book “The Constant Princess” which is about Katherine of Aragon. It looks like they tooka still frame from the Tudors when Charlotte Salt wasplaying Lady Ursila Misseldon but they added a large necklace. I think it might be the same picture that they used on this sight.

  5. That’s possible, seeing as it displays Lettice’s flagrant display of money and her just being all around showy. I wish there were some fool proof way to know what costumes were made for the production and which ones were not! 🙂

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Costume Commentary

  1. Looks to me like the Philippa Gregory book cover is actually the very screenshot from “The Tudors” that you’ve featured here, just with a necklace poorly photoshopped on top. Interesting.

  2. It may have been worn in the scene in Elizabeth I The Virgin Queen by the character in the scene when Elizabeth chastises the mother of one of the nobleman when she tells her that her ability to afford such clothes of imported cloth will be difficult when the income from offices etc. will be taken away from her son.

  3. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  4. This dress is also featured on the cover of what I think is the Turkish version of Philippa Gregory’s book “The Constant Princess” which is about Katherine of Aragon. It looks like they tooka still frame from the Tudors when Charlotte Salt wasplaying Lady Ursila Misseldon but they added a large necklace. I think it might be the same picture that they used on this sight.

  5. That’s possible, seeing as it displays Lettice’s flagrant display of money and her just being all around showy. I wish there were some fool proof way to know what costumes were made for the production and which ones were not! 🙂

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  1. Looks to me like the Philippa Gregory book cover is actually the very screenshot from “The Tudors” that you’ve featured here, just with a necklace poorly photoshopped on top. Interesting.

  2. It may have been worn in the scene in Elizabeth I The Virgin Queen by the character in the scene when Elizabeth chastises the mother of one of the nobleman when she tells her that her ability to afford such clothes of imported cloth will be difficult when the income from offices etc. will be taken away from her son.

  3. If someone is interested, I’ve created a list in GoodReads with the best orange/yellow/golden dresses in book covers. It’s name is “Golden as the Sunset”

  4. This dress is also featured on the cover of what I think is the Turkish version of Philippa Gregory’s book “The Constant Princess” which is about Katherine of Aragon. It looks like they tooka still frame from the Tudors when Charlotte Salt wasplaying Lady Ursila Misseldon but they added a large necklace. I think it might be the same picture that they used on this sight.

  5. That’s possible, seeing as it displays Lettice’s flagrant display of money and her just being all around showy. I wish there were some fool proof way to know what costumes were made for the production and which ones were not! 🙂

Comment