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  • Abbie Cornish as Bess Throckmorton wearing a light blue gown in the 2007 film "Elizabeth: The Golden Age."
    • Universal Pictures

    Elizabeth: The Golden Age

    2007

    Costume seen on Abbie Cornish as Bess Throckmorton

  • Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor wearing a light blue gown in the 2009 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2009

    Costume seen on Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor

  • Cate of the Lost Colony

    2010

    Costume seen on the cover of a Lisa Klein novel

  • Rivals in the Tudor Court

    2011

    Costume seen on the cover of Darcey Bonnette Novel

  • At the Kings Pleasure

    2012

    Costume seen on the cover of a Kate Emerson Novel

  • An extra wearing a light blue gown in the 2013 series "Reign."
    • Warner Bros.

    Reign

    2013

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Gaia Weiss as Mary Fleming wearing a light blue gown in the 2013 film "Mary, Queen of Scots."
    • Okofilm Productions
    • Bachim Films
    • Takafilm

    Mary, Queen of Scots

    2013

    Costume seen on Gaia Weiss as Mary Fleming

  • An extra wearing a light blue gown in the 2015 film "Bill."
    • BBC Films

    Bill

    2015

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Rafaelle Cohen as Anne Boleyn wearing a light blue gown in the 2021 mini-series "The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family."
    • BBC

    The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family

    2021

    Costume seen on Rafaëlle Cohen as Anne Boleyn

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About the Costume

This blue gown was designed for Abbie Cornish as Elizabeth Throckmorton in the 2007 Elizabeth: The Golden Age. It was seen again 2009 being worn by Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor in the third season of The Tudors. After that, it must have made its way into a photo shoot because it appeared on the cover of three different novels over the coming years, including Cate of the Lost City in 2010, Rivals in the Tudor Court in 2011, where it was digitally changed to a cream color, and At the King’s Pleasure in 2012, where it was again digitally changed to a purple color. In 2013 it was worn in Mary, Queen of Scots by Gaia Wiess as Mary Flemming. The same year it appeared in the pilot episode of Reign on an extra. In 2015 it appeared on an extra again in Bill before finally being worn by Rafaëlle Cohen as Anne Boleyn in the 2021 documentary The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family. 

This gown seems to have a couple of duplicates floating around – a practice that is common when costuming for a film. While all sightings are clearly the ‘same’ costume due to the cut of the costume, fabric, and lace at the side of the sleeves, the amount of lace and trim around the bodice seems to vary, indicating that there are at least two copies being used. Another excellent example of a costume with multiple versions being used is this gown from Casanova. 

 

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About the Costume

This blue gown was designed for Abbie Cornish as Elizabeth Throckmorton in the 2007 Elizabeth: The Golden Age. It was seen again 2009 being worn by Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor in the third season of The Tudors. After that, it must have made its way into a photo shoot because it appeared on the cover of three different novels over the coming years, including Cate of the Lost City in 2010, Rivals in the Tudor Court in 2011, where it was digitally changed to a cream color, and At the King’s Pleasure in 2012, where it was again digitally changed to a purple color. In 2013 it was worn in Mary, Queen of Scots by Gaia Wiess as Mary Flemming. The same year it appeared in the pilot episode of Reign on an extra. In 2015 it appeared on an extra again in Bill before finally being worn by Rafaëlle Cohen as Anne Boleyn in the 2021 documentary The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family. 

This gown seems to have a couple of duplicates floating around – a practice that is common when costuming for a film. While all sightings are clearly the ‘same’ costume due to the cut of the costume, fabric, and lace at the side of the sleeves, the amount of lace and trim around the bodice seems to vary, indicating that there are at least two copies being used. Another excellent example of a costume with multiple versions being used is this gown from Casanova. 

 

This blue gown was designed for Abbie Cornish as Elizabeth Throckmorton in the 2007 Elizabeth: The Golden Age. It was seen again 2009 being worn by Sarah Bolger as Princess Mary Tudor in the third season of The Tudors. After that, it must have made its way into a photo shoot because it appeared on the cover of three different novels over the coming years, including Cate of the Lost City in 2010, Rivals in the Tudor Court in 2011, where it was digitally changed to a cream color, and At the King’s Pleasure in 2012, where it was again digitally changed to a purple color. In 2013 it was worn in Mary, Queen of Scots by Gaia Wiess as Mary Flemming. The same year it appeared in the pilot episode of Reign on an extra. In 2015 it appeared on an extra again in Bill before finally being worn by Rafaëlle Cohen as Anne Boleyn in the 2021 documentary The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family. 

This gown seems to have a couple of duplicates floating around – a practice that is common when costuming for a film. While all sightings are clearly the ‘same’ costume due to the cut of the costume, fabric, and lace at the side of the sleeves, the amount of lace and trim around the bodice seems to vary, indicating that there are at least two copies being used. Another excellent example of a costume with multiple versions being used is this gown from Casanova. 

 

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  1. hello! the name of the second novel is “at the kings pleasure”, you have written “kate of the lost colony” 2 times! also, the dress is not used 2 times on reign! the second one on gaia weiss is from “mary, queen of scots”, 2013! however, it is not the same blue dress as the rest of them, it is bluer not petrol blue and it lacks the yellow underskirt!

  2. Princess Mary’s tiara is also worn by Rebekah Wainwright as Catherine Brandon (season 2, episode 6), and by Mary’s aunt, Princess Margaret (season 1), although it has slightly different stones… But don’t worry, I know about this recycling from a reliable source…

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  1. hello! the name of the second novel is “at the kings pleasure”, you have written “kate of the lost colony” 2 times! also, the dress is not used 2 times on reign! the second one on gaia weiss is from “mary, queen of scots”, 2013! however, it is not the same blue dress as the rest of them, it is bluer not petrol blue and it lacks the yellow underskirt!

  2. Princess Mary’s tiara is also worn by Rebekah Wainwright as Catherine Brandon (season 2, episode 6), and by Mary’s aunt, Princess Margaret (season 1), although it has slightly different stones… But don’t worry, I know about this recycling from a reliable source…

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  1. hello! the name of the second novel is “at the kings pleasure”, you have written “kate of the lost colony” 2 times! also, the dress is not used 2 times on reign! the second one on gaia weiss is from “mary, queen of scots”, 2013! however, it is not the same blue dress as the rest of them, it is bluer not petrol blue and it lacks the yellow underskirt!

  2. Princess Mary’s tiara is also worn by Rebekah Wainwright as Catherine Brandon (season 2, episode 6), and by Mary’s aunt, Princess Margaret (season 1), although it has slightly different stones… But don’t worry, I know about this recycling from a reliable source…

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