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  • An extra as a lady in waiting wearing a brown and blue gown in the 1998 film "Elizabeth."
    • Universal Pictures

    Elizabeth

    1998

    Costume seen on an extra as a lady in waiting

  • Susan Sheridan as Jane the Bald / Jane Foole wearing a brown and blue gown in the 2000 film "The Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I - Red Rose of the House of Tudor."
    • Scholastic Productions

    The Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I - Red Rose of the House of Tudor

    2000

    Costume seen on Susan Sheridan as Jane the Bald / Jane Foole

  • An extra as a lady in waiting wearing a brown and blue gown in the 2003 miniseries "Henry VIII."
    • Granada Television

    Henry VIII

    2003

    Costume seen on an extra as a lady in waiting

  • An extra wearing a brown and blue gown in the 2023 film "Love at First Sight."
    • Netflix

    Love At First Sight

    2023

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

Alexandra Byrne designed this beautiful gown for the 1998 film Elizabeth, where it was worn by one of Elizabeth’s ladies in waiting.  

In 2000, it was worn in The Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I – Red Rose of the House of Tudor by Susan Sheridan as a character in the novel referred to as Jane the Bald, who in life was likely Jane Foole, the fool who served both Mary and Katherine Parr, and may have been featured in the painting The Family of Henry VIII.  The appearance of the costume in this production is the only time we are able to see the pattern on the blue skirt.

In 2003’s Henry VIII, the costume was seen again by a lady in waiting to Anne Boleyn before finally appearing in 2023’s Love At First Sight on a party guest. 

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Alexandra Byrne designed this beautiful gown for the 1998 film Elizabeth, where it was worn by one of Elizabeth’s ladies in waiting.  

In 2000, it was worn in The Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I – Red Rose of the House of Tudor by Susan Sheridan as a character in the novel referred to as Jane the Bald, who in life was likely Jane Foole, the fool who served both Mary and Katherine Parr, and may have been featured in the painting The Family of Henry VIII.  The appearance of the costume in this production is the only time we are able to see the pattern on the blue skirt.

In 2003’s Henry VIII, the costume was seen again by a lady in waiting to Anne Boleyn before finally appearing in 2023’s Love At First Sight on a party guest. 

Alexandra Byrne designed this beautiful gown for the 1998 film Elizabeth, where it was worn by one of Elizabeth’s ladies in waiting.  

In 2000, it was worn in The Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I – Red Rose of the House of Tudor by Susan Sheridan as a character in the novel referred to as Jane the Bald, who in life was likely Jane Foole, the fool who served both Mary and Katherine Parr, and may have been featured in the painting The Family of Henry VIII.  The appearance of the costume in this production is the only time we are able to see the pattern on the blue skirt.

In 2003’s Henry VIII, the costume was seen again by a lady in waiting to Anne Boleyn before finally appearing in 2023’s Love At First Sight on a party guest. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Mim
  • Katie S.
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Costume Designer:
  • Alexandra Byrne

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