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    • BBC

    The Virgin Queen

    2005

    Costume seen on Anne Marie Duff as Queen Elizabeth I

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2007

    Costume seen on a model on promotional material

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2007

    Costume seen on Gabriella Wright as Queen Claude

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2008

    Costume seen on Katie McGrath as Bess in promotional material

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2008

    Costume seen on an extra as a courtier

    • Telfrance

    La dame de Monsoreau (Kingdom of Felony)

    2008

    Costume seen on Esther Nubiola as Diana de Monsoreau

    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors

    2009

    Costume seen on Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour

    • BBC

    Sarah Jane Adventures: Lost in Time

    2010

    Costume seen on Amber Beattie as Lady Jane Grey

    • St. Martin's Press

    The Favored Queen

    2011

    Costume seen on a model as Jane Seymour on cover of a Corolly Erickson novel

    • ITV

    Victoria

    2016

    Costume seen on Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria

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About the Costume

This pink gown, which has been used many times over the years, has the distinction of being the first recycled costume found by your moderator. It is the costume that sparked the creation of this website. 

Amy Roberts likely designed this gown for the 2005 production of The Virgin Queen, where Anne Marie Duff wore it as Queen Elizabeth. The gown went on to be used in The Tudors at least five times! It was seen in the very first promotional images for the show in 2007 and also appeared in the first season on Gabriella Wright as Queen Claude. In 2008, it appeared again in promotional material on Katie McGrath as Bess and then again on an extra in the second season. In 2008 the gown also made an appearance in the film  La dame de Monsoreau, where Esther Nubiola wore it as Diana de Monsoreau. In 2009, the dress was used again in The Tudors, this time on Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour. In 2010 the costume was worn by Amber Beattie as Lady Jane Grey in an episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures entitled Lost In Time. The dress appeared on the cover of a 2011 Corolly Erickson novel about Jane Seymour, entitled The Favored Queen. Most recently, it was seen in an episode of ITV’s Victoria on Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria.

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About the Costume

This pink gown, which has been used many times over the years, has the distinction of being the first recycled costume found by your moderator. It is the costume that sparked the creation of this website. 

Amy Roberts likely designed this gown for the 2005 production of The Virgin Queen, where Anne Marie Duff wore it as Queen Elizabeth. The gown went on to be used in The Tudors at least five times! It was seen in the very first promotional images for the show in 2007 and also appeared in the first season on Gabriella Wright as Queen Claude. In 2008, it appeared again in promotional material on Katie McGrath as Bess and then again on an extra in the second season. In 2008 the gown also made an appearance in the film  La dame de Monsoreau, where Esther Nubiola wore it as Diana de Monsoreau. In 2009, the dress was used again in The Tudors, this time on Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour. In 2010 the costume was worn by Amber Beattie as Lady Jane Grey in an episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures entitled Lost In Time. The dress appeared on the cover of a 2011 Corolly Erickson novel about Jane Seymour, entitled The Favored Queen. Most recently, it was seen in an episode of ITV’s Victoria on Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria.

This pink gown, which has been used many times over the years, has the distinction of being the first recycled costume found by your moderator. It is the costume that sparked the creation of this website. 

Amy Roberts likely designed this gown for the 2005 production of The Virgin Queen, where Anne Marie Duff wore it as Queen Elizabeth. The gown went on to be used in The Tudors at least five times! It was seen in the very first promotional images for the show in 2007 and also appeared in the first season on Gabriella Wright as Queen Claude. In 2008, it appeared again in promotional material on Katie McGrath as Bess and then again on an extra in the second season. In 2008 the gown also made an appearance in the film  La dame de Monsoreau, where Esther Nubiola wore it as Diana de Monsoreau. In 2009, the dress was used again in The Tudors, this time on Annabelle Wallis as Jane Seymour. In 2010 the costume was worn by Amber Beattie as Lady Jane Grey in an episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures entitled Lost In Time. The dress appeared on the cover of a 2011 Corolly Erickson novel about Jane Seymour, entitled The Favored Queen. Most recently, it was seen in an episode of ITV’s Victoria on Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria.

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Sighting Credit:
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  • Alessia
  • Annette
  • Cintia
  • Katie S.
  • Kelsea
  • Ricardo
  • Steph
  • Sylwia
  • Wendy
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Costume Designer:
  • Amy Roberts

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