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  • Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a gold gown in the 1998 film "Elizabeth."
    • Universal Pictures

    Elizabeth

    1998

    Costume seen on Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Imogen Slaughter as Elizabeth I wearing a gold gown in the 2000 mini-series "Elizabeth I: The Acclaimed Saga of England's Virgin Queen."
    • Channel 4 Television Corporation
    • A&E
    • The History Channel

    Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England's Virgin Queen

    2000

    Costume seen on Imogen Slaughter as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Anne Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I wearing a gold gown in the 2005 mini-series "The Virgin Queen."
    • BBC

    The Virgin Queen

    2005

    Costume seen on Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope wearing a gold gown in the 2009 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2009

    Costume seen on Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope

  • Michelle Dockery wearing a gold gown in the 2012 tourism commercial "Holidays at Home are Great."
    • Visit England

    Holidays at Home Are Great

    2012

    Costume seen on Michelle Dockery in a tourism commercial

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About the Costume

This stunning golden dress is a recreation of the real Queen Elizabeth I’s coronation gown, designed for Cate Blanchett as Elizabeth I in the 1998 film Elizabeth. The costume was used two years later, in 2000, when Imogen Slaughter wore it as Elizabeth I in the documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen. In 2005 Anne-Marie Duff wore it for her portrayal of the famous queen in the mini-series The Virgin Queen. In 2009 the gown appeared on Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope in The Tudors, and finally, in 2012, it was worn by Michelle Dockery for a tourism commercial for Visit England entitled Holidays at Home are Great. 

 

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About the Costume

This stunning golden dress is a recreation of the real Queen Elizabeth I’s coronation gown, designed for Cate Blanchett as Elizabeth I in the 1998 film Elizabeth. The costume was used two years later, in 2000, when Imogen Slaughter wore it as Elizabeth I in the documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen. In 2005 Anne-Marie Duff wore it for her portrayal of the famous queen in the mini-series The Virgin Queen. In 2009 the gown appeared on Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope in The Tudors, and finally, in 2012, it was worn by Michelle Dockery for a tourism commercial for Visit England entitled Holidays at Home are Great. 

 

This stunning golden dress is a recreation of the real Queen Elizabeth I’s coronation gown, designed for Cate Blanchett as Elizabeth I in the 1998 film Elizabeth. The costume was used two years later, in 2000, when Imogen Slaughter wore it as Elizabeth I in the documentary Elizabeth: The Acclaimed Saga of England’s Virgin Queen. In 2005 Anne-Marie Duff wore it for her portrayal of the famous queen in the mini-series The Virgin Queen. In 2009 the gown appeared on Emma Hamilton as Anne Stanhope in The Tudors, and finally, in 2012, it was worn by Michelle Dockery for a tourism commercial for Visit England entitled Holidays at Home are Great. 

 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
  • Mim
  • Kelsea
  • Maggie
  • Andrew
  • Alessia
  • Gabriela
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Costume Designer:
  • Alexandra Byrne

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  1. The ermine robe first seen on “Elizabeth” 1998 was later seen on the 2001 documentary “Elizabeth, the acclaimed saga of England’s virgin queen” on Imogen Slaughter as Elizabeth. Afterwards, it was seen on Anne Marie Duff on “The Virgin Queen” and finally was seen on Natalie Portman as Anne Boleyn on “The Other Boleyn Girl” 2008.

  2. because actually the “sovereign’s orb” was meant to symbolize the power over a huge empire, originating from a roman tradition, if i’m not mistaken. and, in contrast to her daughter, anne’s not really known so much for ruling an empire. so it’s made clear in the film, that her coronation was more like a bureaucratic formality than a significant and public act of state.

  3. the ermine lined cloak (and the jewellery including crown, necklace and perhaps the sceptre; significantly no globus cruciger for anne) which was created by alexandra byrne after the famous portrait of elizabeth I for shekar kapurs/cate blanchetts 1st elizabeth movie was reused for the coronation of her mother natalie portman/anne boleyn in “the other boleyn girl” as well.

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Costume Commentary

  1. The ermine robe first seen on “Elizabeth” 1998 was later seen on the 2001 documentary “Elizabeth, the acclaimed saga of England’s virgin queen” on Imogen Slaughter as Elizabeth. Afterwards, it was seen on Anne Marie Duff on “The Virgin Queen” and finally was seen on Natalie Portman as Anne Boleyn on “The Other Boleyn Girl” 2008.

  2. because actually the “sovereign’s orb” was meant to symbolize the power over a huge empire, originating from a roman tradition, if i’m not mistaken. and, in contrast to her daughter, anne’s not really known so much for ruling an empire. so it’s made clear in the film, that her coronation was more like a bureaucratic formality than a significant and public act of state.

  3. the ermine lined cloak (and the jewellery including crown, necklace and perhaps the sceptre; significantly no globus cruciger for anne) which was created by alexandra byrne after the famous portrait of elizabeth I for shekar kapurs/cate blanchetts 1st elizabeth movie was reused for the coronation of her mother natalie portman/anne boleyn in “the other boleyn girl” as well.

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  1. The ermine robe first seen on “Elizabeth” 1998 was later seen on the 2001 documentary “Elizabeth, the acclaimed saga of England’s virgin queen” on Imogen Slaughter as Elizabeth. Afterwards, it was seen on Anne Marie Duff on “The Virgin Queen” and finally was seen on Natalie Portman as Anne Boleyn on “The Other Boleyn Girl” 2008.

  2. because actually the “sovereign’s orb” was meant to symbolize the power over a huge empire, originating from a roman tradition, if i’m not mistaken. and, in contrast to her daughter, anne’s not really known so much for ruling an empire. so it’s made clear in the film, that her coronation was more like a bureaucratic formality than a significant and public act of state.

  3. the ermine lined cloak (and the jewellery including crown, necklace and perhaps the sceptre; significantly no globus cruciger for anne) which was created by alexandra byrne after the famous portrait of elizabeth I for shekar kapurs/cate blanchetts 1st elizabeth movie was reused for the coronation of her mother natalie portman/anne boleyn in “the other boleyn girl” as well.

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