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  • An uncredited actress wearing a pink gown in the 1998 film "Dangerous Beauty."
    • Twentieth Century Studios
    • Warner Bros.

    Dangerous Beauty

    1998

    Costume seen on uncredited actress as a courtesan

  • Gabrielle Anwar as Princess Margaret wearing a pink gown in the episode "Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey!" of the 2007 series "The Tudors."
    • Showtime Networks

    The Tudors: Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey!

    2007

    Costume seen on Gabrielle Anwar as Princess Margaret

  • Uncredited actress as a courtier wearing a pink gown in the episode "Burgundy" of the 2017 mini-series "The White Princess."
    • Starz!

    The White Princess: Burgundy

    2017

    Costume seen on uncredited actress as a courtier

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This pink gown was first spotted on a courtesan in the 1998 film Dangerous Beauty. It was seen again in the 2007 first season The Tudors episode Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey! where Gabrielle Anwar wore it as Princess Margaret. The costume was seen for a third time in the 2017 mini-series The White Princess, where it was worn by an extra as a courtier in the episode Burgundy. 

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About the Costume

This pink gown was first spotted on a courtesan in the 1998 film Dangerous Beauty. It was seen again in the 2007 first season The Tudors episode Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey! where Gabrielle Anwar wore it as Princess Margaret. The costume was seen for a third time in the 2017 mini-series The White Princess, where it was worn by an extra as a courtier in the episode Burgundy. 

This pink gown was first spotted on a courtesan in the 1998 film Dangerous Beauty. It was seen again in the 2007 first season The Tudors episode Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey! where Gabrielle Anwar wore it as Princess Margaret. The costume was seen for a third time in the 2017 mini-series The White Princess, where it was worn by an extra as a courtier in the episode Burgundy. 

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  • Lauren
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  • Gabriella Pescucci

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