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    • Island World Productions
    • Peter Rogers Productions

    Carry on Columbus

    1992

    Costume seen on Maureen Lipman as Countess Esmerelda

    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Ever After

    1998

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress as a courtier

    • Mary Evans AF Archive CBS
    • Allstar
    • IMAGO

    Joan of Arc

    1999

    Costume seen on Shirley MacLaine as Madame de Beaurevoir

    • Channel 4 Television Corporation
    • PBS

    Monarchy: The Crown Imperial

    2005

    Costume seen on Georgina Rowe as Elizabeth Woodville

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2007

    Costume seen on Maria Doyle Kennedy as Katharine of Aragon

    • Diagonal TV

    Isabel

    2014

    Costume seen on Irene Escobar as Juana of Castile (Juana the Mad)

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About the Costume

Carry on Columbus, a 1992 comedy, was the first to use this costume, where it was worn by Countess Esmerelda, played by Maureen Lipman. It wouldn’t be seen again until 1998 in Ever After, on an uncredited actress as a courtier. The 1999 television mini-series Joan of Arc used the piece for Madame de Beaurevoir, played by Shirley MacLaine. Six years later in the 2005 documentary Monarchy, the piece appeared again – this time on Georgina Rowe as Elizabeth Woodville in the episode The Crown Imperial.  Maria Doyle Kennedy would be the next to wear the costume as Katharine of Aragon in a 2007 episode of The Tudors. It would take another 7 years for the outfit to be used again, this time in 2014’s Isabel on the actress Irene Escobar as Juana of Castile (Joana the Mad).

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About the Costume

Carry on Columbus, a 1992 comedy, was the first to use this costume, where it was worn by Countess Esmerelda, played by Maureen Lipman. It wouldn’t be seen again until 1998 in Ever After, on an uncredited actress as a courtier. The 1999 television mini-series Joan of Arc used the piece for Madame de Beaurevoir, played by Shirley MacLaine. Six years later in the 2005 documentary Monarchy, the piece appeared again – this time on Georgina Rowe as Elizabeth Woodville in the episode The Crown Imperial.  Maria Doyle Kennedy would be the next to wear the costume as Katharine of Aragon in a 2007 episode of The Tudors. It would take another 7 years for the outfit to be used again, this time in 2014’s Isabel on the actress Irene Escobar as Juana of Castile (Joana the Mad).

Carry on Columbus, a 1992 comedy, was the first to use this costume, where it was worn by Countess Esmerelda, played by Maureen Lipman. It wouldn’t be seen again until 1998 in Ever After, on an uncredited actress as a courtier. The 1999 television mini-series Joan of Arc used the piece for Madame de Beaurevoir, played by Shirley MacLaine. Six years later in the 2005 documentary Monarchy, the piece appeared again – this time on Georgina Rowe as Elizabeth Woodville in the episode The Crown Imperial.  Maria Doyle Kennedy would be the next to wear the costume as Katharine of Aragon in a 2007 episode of The Tudors. It would take another 7 years for the outfit to be used again, this time in 2014’s Isabel on the actress Irene Escobar as Juana of Castile (Joana the Mad).

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • 66272
  • Annette
  • Ricardo
  • Sofia
Photos provided by:
  • 66272
  • Annette
  • Ricardo
  • Sofia
  • da
  • justprosper
  • JuliaSpicer
  • IMAGO
Costume Designer:
  • Phoebe De Gaye

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