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

    Elizabeth: The Golden Age

    2007

    Costume seen on Abbie Cornish as Bess Throckmorton

  • Cover of the 2010 edition of the novel "Secrets of the Tudor Court: By Royal Decree" by Kate Emerson.
    • Gallery Books

    Secrets of the Tudor Court: By Royal Decree

    2010

    Costume seen on the cover of a Kate Emerson novel

  • Cover of the 2011 edition of the novel "Tutkulu Asklar (Passionate Love, derived from His Last Letter)" by Jeane Westin.
    • Blue Tree Publications

    Tutkulu Aşklar (Passionate Love, derived from His Last Letter)

    2011 edition of 2010 novel

    Costume seen on the cover of the Turkish edition of a novel by Jeane Westin

  • Penelope Leveque as Mary Livingston wearing a yellow gown in the 2013 film "Mary, Queen of Scots."
    • Okofilm Productions
    • Bachim Films
    • Takafilm

    Mary, Queen of Scots

    2013

    Costume seen on Pénélope Lévêque as Mary Livingstone

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About the Costume

Abbie Cornish first wore this lovely yellow gown as Bess Throckmorton in the 2007 film Elizabeth: The Golden Age. The gown went on to be used on the cover of two novels – the first was the 2010 Kate Emerson novel Secrets of the Tudor Court: Royal Decree, though the color was altered to make the dress appear red. The same image was used for the cover of the 2010 Jeane Westin novel Tutkulu Aşklar (Translated to Passionate Love, but a Turkish version of His Last Letter). Finally, the dress was spotted in the 2013 film Mary, Queen of Scots, where Pénélope Lévêque wore it as Mary Livingstone.

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About the Costume

Abbie Cornish first wore this lovely yellow gown as Bess Throckmorton in the 2007 film Elizabeth: The Golden Age. The gown went on to be used on the cover of two novels – the first was the 2010 Kate Emerson novel Secrets of the Tudor Court: Royal Decree, though the color was altered to make the dress appear red. The same image was used for the cover of the 2010 Jeane Westin novel Tutkulu Aşklar (Translated to Passionate Love, but a Turkish version of His Last Letter). Finally, the dress was spotted in the 2013 film Mary, Queen of Scots, where Pénélope Lévêque wore it as Mary Livingstone.

Abbie Cornish first wore this lovely yellow gown as Bess Throckmorton in the 2007 film Elizabeth: The Golden Age. The gown went on to be used on the cover of two novels – the first was the 2010 Kate Emerson novel Secrets of the Tudor Court: Royal Decree, though the color was altered to make the dress appear red. The same image was used for the cover of the 2010 Jeane Westin novel Tutkulu Aşklar (Translated to Passionate Love, but a Turkish version of His Last Letter). Finally, the dress was spotted in the 2013 film Mary, Queen of Scots, where Pénélope Lévêque wore it as Mary Livingstone.

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  • Katie S.
  • Ricardo
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Costume Designer:
  • Alexandra Byrne

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  1. Bess’ ruff is also worn by her mistress, the Queen herself (Cate Blanchett, and later by Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour in “The Tudors”…

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  1. Bess’ ruff is also worn by her mistress, the Queen herself (Cate Blanchett, and later by Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour in “The Tudors”…

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