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  • Lynn Frederick as Katherine Howard wearing a pale yellow and orange gown with fur-trimmed sleeves in the 1972 film "Henry VIII and His Six Wives."
    • BBC

    Henry VIII And His Six Wives

    1972

    Costume seen on Lynne Frederick as Katherine Howard

  • Cover of the 1982 edition of the novel "The Dark Rose-Dynasty" by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles.
    • Little, Brown Book Group

    The Dark Rose

    1981

    Costume seen on the cover of a Cynthia Harrod-Eagles Novel

  • Oona Kirsch as Anne Boleyn wearing a pale yellow and orange gown with fur-trimmed sleeves in the 1986 film "God's Outlaw."
    • Channel 4 Television Corporation
    • Evangelische Omroep

    God's Outlaw

    1986

    Costume seen on Oona Kirsch as Anne Boleyn

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Lynne Frederick first wore this outstanding Tudor-era gown as Katherine Howard in the 1972 Henry VIII And His Six Wives. A decade later, the outfit was used on the cover of the Cynthia Harrod-Eagles novel The Dark Rose. The last known sighting of this gown was in 1986 when Oona Kirsch wore it as Anne Boleyn in God’s Outlaw. 

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About the Costume

Lynne Frederick first wore this outstanding Tudor-era gown as Katherine Howard in the 1972 Henry VIII And His Six Wives. A decade later, the outfit was used on the cover of the Cynthia Harrod-Eagles novel The Dark Rose. The last known sighting of this gown was in 1986 when Oona Kirsch wore it as Anne Boleyn in God’s Outlaw. 

Lynne Frederick first wore this outstanding Tudor-era gown as Katherine Howard in the 1972 Henry VIII And His Six Wives. A decade later, the outfit was used on the cover of the Cynthia Harrod-Eagles novel The Dark Rose. The last known sighting of this gown was in 1986 when Oona Kirsch wore it as Anne Boleyn in God’s Outlaw. 

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  • Suzanne
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  • John Bloomfield

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  1. This gown is first seen Henry Vlll and His Six Wives on Frances Cuka as Catherine of Aragon and later used on a model for a Richard Jenkins photo shoot from 2014.

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  1. This gown is first seen Henry Vlll and His Six Wives on Frances Cuka as Catherine of Aragon and later used on a model for a Richard Jenkins photo shoot from 2014.

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  1. This gown is first seen Henry Vlll and His Six Wives on Frances Cuka as Catherine of Aragon and later used on a model for a Richard Jenkins photo shoot from 2014.

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