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  • Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey wearing a yellow gown with fur sleeves in the 1996 film "The Prince and the Pauper."
    • BBC

    The Prince and the Pauper

    1996

    Costume seen on Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey

  • Michelle Abrahams as Katherine Howard wearing a yellow gown with fur sleeves in the 2001 mini-series "The Six Wives of Henry VIII."
    • United Productions
    • Channel 4 Television Corporation

    The Six Wives of Henry VIII

    2001

    Costume seen on Michelle Abrahams as Katherine Howard

  • An extra as a courtier wearing a yellow gown with fur sleeves in the 2003 film "The Other Boleyn Girl."
    • BBC

    The Other Boleyn Girl

    2003

    Costume seen on an extra as a courtier

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This exquisite yellow gown first appeared on Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey in the 1996 adaptation of The Prince and the Pauper. Five years later, in 2001’s The Six Wives of Henry VIII, it was worn by Michelle Abrahams as Katherine Howard. Finally, it was seen on an extra in the 2003 movie The Other Boleyn Girl.

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This exquisite yellow gown first appeared on Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey in the 1996 adaptation of The Prince and the Pauper. Five years later, in 2001’s The Six Wives of Henry VIII, it was worn by Michelle Abrahams as Katherine Howard. Finally, it was seen on an extra in the 2003 movie The Other Boleyn Girl.

This exquisite yellow gown first appeared on Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey in the 1996 adaptation of The Prince and the Pauper. Five years later, in 2001’s The Six Wives of Henry VIII, it was worn by Michelle Abrahams as Katherine Howard. Finally, it was seen on an extra in the 2003 movie The Other Boleyn Girl.

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  • Julia Spicer
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Costume Designer:
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  1. There’s a book by Nancy Bilyeau (“The Chalice”, UK edition) that shows a dress that seems to come from “The Prince and the Pauper”. The shape of the shoulders made me think immediatly of Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey. But this one, I’m sure, is not this particular yellow dress.

    Perhaps is the red one, but I don’t know who wears it. Perhaps it is Elizabeth Ann O’Brien as Lady Elizabeth, or someone else…

    If somebody knows something, here I leave it.

  2. It is quite a shock to suddenly see costumes that are pretty darn great in terms of historical accuracy, isn’t it? The Prince and the Pauper was a small sort of production, but had a number of really fantastically made Tudor gowns on Mary, Elizabeth and Jane.

  3. Wow, Sophia Myles looks like a painting of the period! It’s impressive. I guess since all I have watched from that period is “The Tudors” I’m not really used to seeing costumes being historically correct! 😀

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Costume Commentary

  1. There’s a book by Nancy Bilyeau (“The Chalice”, UK edition) that shows a dress that seems to come from “The Prince and the Pauper”. The shape of the shoulders made me think immediatly of Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey. But this one, I’m sure, is not this particular yellow dress.

    Perhaps is the red one, but I don’t know who wears it. Perhaps it is Elizabeth Ann O’Brien as Lady Elizabeth, or someone else…

    If somebody knows something, here I leave it.

  2. It is quite a shock to suddenly see costumes that are pretty darn great in terms of historical accuracy, isn’t it? The Prince and the Pauper was a small sort of production, but had a number of really fantastically made Tudor gowns on Mary, Elizabeth and Jane.

  3. Wow, Sophia Myles looks like a painting of the period! It’s impressive. I guess since all I have watched from that period is “The Tudors” I’m not really used to seeing costumes being historically correct! 😀

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  1. There’s a book by Nancy Bilyeau (“The Chalice”, UK edition) that shows a dress that seems to come from “The Prince and the Pauper”. The shape of the shoulders made me think immediatly of Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey. But this one, I’m sure, is not this particular yellow dress.

    Perhaps is the red one, but I don’t know who wears it. Perhaps it is Elizabeth Ann O’Brien as Lady Elizabeth, or someone else…

    If somebody knows something, here I leave it.

  2. It is quite a shock to suddenly see costumes that are pretty darn great in terms of historical accuracy, isn’t it? The Prince and the Pauper was a small sort of production, but had a number of really fantastically made Tudor gowns on Mary, Elizabeth and Jane.

  3. Wow, Sophia Myles looks like a painting of the period! It’s impressive. I guess since all I have watched from that period is “The Tudors” I’m not really used to seeing costumes being historically correct! 😀

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