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  • Corinne Galloway as Jane Seymour wearing a red velvet gown in the 2008 film "The Other Boleyn Girl."
    • Columbia Pictures
    • BBC Films

    The Other Boleyn Girl

    2008

    Costume seen on Corinne Galloway as Jane Seymour

  • Elly Condron as Jane Seymour wearing a red velvet gown in the 2016 miniseries "Six Wives with Lucy Worsley."
    • BBC

    Six Wives with Lucy Worsley

    2016

    Costume seen on Elly Condron as Jane Seymour

  • Kate Phillips as Jane Seymour wearing a red velvet gown in the 2024 miniseries "Wolf Hall: The Mirror and the Light."
    • BBC

    Wolf Hall: The Mirror and the Light

    2024

    Costume seen on Kate Phillips as Jane Seymour

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About the Costume

This fantastic reproduction of a gown worn by Queen Jane Seymour in a portrait by Hans Holbein was seen being worn by Kate Phillips in the 2024 sequel to Wolf Hall – The Mirror and the Light.  The piece looked familiar, and some digging revealed it to have been used in 2016 in Six Wives with Lucy Worsley, worn by Elly Condron also portraying Jane Seymour.

However, because the documentary likely did not have any original costumes, it means that the gown almost certainly did not originate with the 2016 documentary.  So where did it originate?  The most likely candidate is the 2008 adaptation of The Other Boleyn Girl.  Though the gown is shown only briefly, and almost entirely in shadow, it does appear to be the same gown. Minor alterations were made for Six Wives and The Mirror and the Light, but the fabric on the petticoat is the best indication that they are one and the same.

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About the Costume

This fantastic reproduction of a gown worn by Queen Jane Seymour in a portrait by Hans Holbein was seen being worn by Kate Phillips in the 2024 sequel to Wolf Hall – The Mirror and the Light.  The piece looked familiar, and some digging revealed it to have been used in 2016 in Six Wives with Lucy Worsley, worn by Elly Condron also portraying Jane Seymour.

However, because the documentary likely did not have any original costumes, it means that the gown almost certainly did not originate with the 2016 documentary.  So where did it originate?  The most likely candidate is the 2008 adaptation of The Other Boleyn Girl.  Though the gown is shown only briefly, and almost entirely in shadow, it does appear to be the same gown. Minor alterations were made for Six Wives and The Mirror and the Light, but the fabric on the petticoat is the best indication that they are one and the same.

This fantastic reproduction of a gown worn by Queen Jane Seymour in a portrait by Hans Holbein was seen being worn by Kate Phillips in the 2024 sequel to Wolf Hall – The Mirror and the Light.  The piece looked familiar, and some digging revealed it to have been used in 2016 in Six Wives with Lucy Worsley, worn by Elly Condron also portraying Jane Seymour.

However, because the documentary likely did not have any original costumes, it means that the gown almost certainly did not originate with the 2016 documentary.  So where did it originate?  The most likely candidate is the 2008 adaptation of The Other Boleyn Girl.  Though the gown is shown only briefly, and almost entirely in shadow, it does appear to be the same gown. Minor alterations were made for Six Wives and The Mirror and the Light, but the fabric on the petticoat is the best indication that they are one and the same.

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  1. I wasn’t sure either but I think this theory is truly the most likely. Can’t wait to see what other costumes they might have pulled from costume houses.

    • Yeah, I was iffy on it too, but I think the sleeve and petticoat fabric match, which makes it pretty likely. Interesting such a detailed costume, so well reproduced from the portrait would be made for so few seconds on screen, but glad it was able to be reused and appreciated properly.

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  1. I wasn’t sure either but I think this theory is truly the most likely. Can’t wait to see what other costumes they might have pulled from costume houses.

    • Yeah, I was iffy on it too, but I think the sleeve and petticoat fabric match, which makes it pretty likely. Interesting such a detailed costume, so well reproduced from the portrait would be made for so few seconds on screen, but glad it was able to be reused and appreciated properly.

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  1. I wasn’t sure either but I think this theory is truly the most likely. Can’t wait to see what other costumes they might have pulled from costume houses.

    • Yeah, I was iffy on it too, but I think the sleeve and petticoat fabric match, which makes it pretty likely. Interesting such a detailed costume, so well reproduced from the portrait would be made for so few seconds on screen, but glad it was able to be reused and appreciated properly.

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