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  • Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a green bejeweled gown in the 2005 mini-series "Elizabeth I."
    • HBO Films
    • Channel 4 Television

    Elizabeth I

    2005

    Costume seen on Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn wearing a green bejeweled gown in the 2008 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2008

    Costume seen on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn

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This costume was designed for Helen Mirren to wear as Queen Elizabeth I in the 2005 HBO production of Elizabeth I. In 2008 it was used again on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in The Tudors.

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This costume was designed for Helen Mirren to wear as Queen Elizabeth I in the 2005 HBO production of Elizabeth I. In 2008 it was used again on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in The Tudors.

This costume was designed for Helen Mirren to wear as Queen Elizabeth I in the 2005 HBO production of Elizabeth I. In 2008 it was used again on Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in The Tudors.

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  • Mike O’Neill

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  1. worn again by helen mcrory as queen elizabeth I in “bill” (2015). lt seems to be a different skirt though, fuller shape with a peplum and a different fabric. are there any full lenght pictures of the dress on helen mirren?

  2. In “Rival to the Queen”, by Carolly Erickson. I asume that the girl who’s wearing it is portraying Lettie Knollys, Queen Elizabeth’s cousin and rival…

  3. this was worn as well by the actress impersonating queen elizabeth in the docu “king james’s bible – the book that changed the world” from 2011. it was worn with the same upstanding lace collar that is to be seen on the cover of the novel.

  4. This was also featured on Carolly Erickson’s “Rival to a queen” cover, suprisingly they re-used two different but similar dresses on the cover.

  5. Oh God, the fit on Natalie is SO AWFUL! Did the designer not realize that this costume was made for someone who is over twice her age? Not even that ugly cawl thing could mask the fact that her boobs were about to fall all over the place.

  6. I know…sometimes the fit in this show is so awful it makes me want to cry. When I see all of the sleeves falling off the shoulders of the extras in the background it makes me especially freaked out.

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Costume Commentary

  1. worn again by helen mcrory as queen elizabeth I in “bill” (2015). lt seems to be a different skirt though, fuller shape with a peplum and a different fabric. are there any full lenght pictures of the dress on helen mirren?

  2. In “Rival to the Queen”, by Carolly Erickson. I asume that the girl who’s wearing it is portraying Lettie Knollys, Queen Elizabeth’s cousin and rival…

  3. this was worn as well by the actress impersonating queen elizabeth in the docu “king james’s bible – the book that changed the world” from 2011. it was worn with the same upstanding lace collar that is to be seen on the cover of the novel.

  4. This was also featured on Carolly Erickson’s “Rival to a queen” cover, suprisingly they re-used two different but similar dresses on the cover.

  5. Oh God, the fit on Natalie is SO AWFUL! Did the designer not realize that this costume was made for someone who is over twice her age? Not even that ugly cawl thing could mask the fact that her boobs were about to fall all over the place.

  6. I know…sometimes the fit in this show is so awful it makes me want to cry. When I see all of the sleeves falling off the shoulders of the extras in the background it makes me especially freaked out.

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  1. worn again by helen mcrory as queen elizabeth I in “bill” (2015). lt seems to be a different skirt though, fuller shape with a peplum and a different fabric. are there any full lenght pictures of the dress on helen mirren?

  2. In “Rival to the Queen”, by Carolly Erickson. I asume that the girl who’s wearing it is portraying Lettie Knollys, Queen Elizabeth’s cousin and rival…

  3. this was worn as well by the actress impersonating queen elizabeth in the docu “king james’s bible – the book that changed the world” from 2011. it was worn with the same upstanding lace collar that is to be seen on the cover of the novel.

  4. This was also featured on Carolly Erickson’s “Rival to a queen” cover, suprisingly they re-used two different but similar dresses on the cover.

  5. Oh God, the fit on Natalie is SO AWFUL! Did the designer not realize that this costume was made for someone who is over twice her age? Not even that ugly cawl thing could mask the fact that her boobs were about to fall all over the place.

  6. I know…sometimes the fit in this show is so awful it makes me want to cry. When I see all of the sleeves falling off the shoulders of the extras in the background it makes me especially freaked out.

Comment