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

    The Virgin Queen

    2005

    Costume seen on Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I

  • Esther Nubiola as Diana de Monsoreau wearing a red jacket in the 2008 film "La dame de Monsoreau (Kingdom of Felony)."
    • Telfrance

    La dame de Monsoreau (Kingdom of Felony)

    2008

    Costume seen on Esther Nubiola as Diane de Monsoreau

  • Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard wearing a red jacket in the 2010 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2010

    Costume seen on Tamzin Merchant as Katherine Howard

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This excellent red jacket was made for the 2005 television mini-series The Virgin Queen, where it was worn by Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I. The piece appears again in La dame de Monsoreau, a 2008 television movie, where it was worn by Esther Nubiola as Diane de Monsoreau. In 2010 the piece was used for the role of Katherine Howard, played by Tamzin Merchant in an episode of the television series The Tudors.

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About the Costume

This excellent red jacket was made for the 2005 television mini-series The Virgin Queen, where it was worn by Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I. The piece appears again in La dame de Monsoreau, a 2008 television movie, where it was worn by Esther Nubiola as Diane de Monsoreau. In 2010 the piece was used for the role of Katherine Howard, played by Tamzin Merchant in an episode of the television series The Tudors.

This excellent red jacket was made for the 2005 television mini-series The Virgin Queen, where it was worn by Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I. The piece appears again in La dame de Monsoreau, a 2008 television movie, where it was worn by Esther Nubiola as Diane de Monsoreau. In 2010 the piece was used for the role of Katherine Howard, played by Tamzin Merchant in an episode of the television series The Tudors.

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  1. A gown Anne Marie Duff first wore as Elizabeth l later appeared on Sorcha Callaghan as Mademoiselle Germaine Chabot on the second season of The Tudors.

  2. I think this could be the same jacket with the sleeves attached on a courtier in “Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’assassinat d’Henri IV” 2009

  3. This never ends, that orange dress also appears in “The Sarah Jane Adventures: Lost In Time”, in Amber Beattie as Lady Jane Grey… I think this gown deserves its own page…

  4. Sorry, I forgot to include the orange dress also worn by an extra in a dancing scene (“The Tudors”), in which Henry VIII appears dancing with Anne Boleyn…

    Amazing, but this dress looks like one of those things that work for every single situation… It seems to belong to a public wardrobe, or to be a “discarded dress”… When a Queen was bored of her dress, it went to someone of lower rank…

  5. That gown Diane de Monsoreau is wearing has been previously seen in “The Virgin Queen”, more precisely in Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I, and several times in “The Tudors”:

    In a headless woman, in a wallpaper.

    In Gabriella Wright as Queen Claude of France

    In Katie McGrath as Bess in the episode “His Majesty’s Pleasure” (season 2)

    In Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour

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Costume Commentary

  1. A gown Anne Marie Duff first wore as Elizabeth l later appeared on Sorcha Callaghan as Mademoiselle Germaine Chabot on the second season of The Tudors.

  2. I think this could be the same jacket with the sleeves attached on a courtier in “Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’assassinat d’Henri IV” 2009

  3. This never ends, that orange dress also appears in “The Sarah Jane Adventures: Lost In Time”, in Amber Beattie as Lady Jane Grey… I think this gown deserves its own page…

  4. Sorry, I forgot to include the orange dress also worn by an extra in a dancing scene (“The Tudors”), in which Henry VIII appears dancing with Anne Boleyn…

    Amazing, but this dress looks like one of those things that work for every single situation… It seems to belong to a public wardrobe, or to be a “discarded dress”… When a Queen was bored of her dress, it went to someone of lower rank…

  5. That gown Diane de Monsoreau is wearing has been previously seen in “The Virgin Queen”, more precisely in Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I, and several times in “The Tudors”:

    In a headless woman, in a wallpaper.

    In Gabriella Wright as Queen Claude of France

    In Katie McGrath as Bess in the episode “His Majesty’s Pleasure” (season 2)

    In Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour

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Costume Commentary

  1. A gown Anne Marie Duff first wore as Elizabeth l later appeared on Sorcha Callaghan as Mademoiselle Germaine Chabot on the second season of The Tudors.

  2. I think this could be the same jacket with the sleeves attached on a courtier in “Ce jour là, tout a changé – L’assassinat d’Henri IV” 2009

  3. This never ends, that orange dress also appears in “The Sarah Jane Adventures: Lost In Time”, in Amber Beattie as Lady Jane Grey… I think this gown deserves its own page…

  4. Sorry, I forgot to include the orange dress also worn by an extra in a dancing scene (“The Tudors”), in which Henry VIII appears dancing with Anne Boleyn…

    Amazing, but this dress looks like one of those things that work for every single situation… It seems to belong to a public wardrobe, or to be a “discarded dress”… When a Queen was bored of her dress, it went to someone of lower rank…

  5. That gown Diane de Monsoreau is wearing has been previously seen in “The Virgin Queen”, more precisely in Anne-Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I, and several times in “The Tudors”:

    In a headless woman, in a wallpaper.

    In Gabriella Wright as Queen Claude of France

    In Katie McGrath as Bess in the episode “His Majesty’s Pleasure” (season 2)

    In Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour

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