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  • Penelope Wilton as the Duchess of Kent wearing a green gown in the 2001 mini-series "Victoria and Albert."
    • BBC

    Victoria and Albert

    2001

    Costume seen on Penelope Wilton as the Duchess of Kent

  • Richenda Carey as Lady Wharncliffe wearing a green gown in the 2003 film "Looking for Victoria."
    • BBC

    Looking For Victoria

    2003

    Costume seen on Richenda Carey as Lady Wharncliffe

  • Alice Orr-Ewing as Second Young Lady wearing a green gown in the 2014 film "Mr. Turner."
    • Amusement Park Films
    • British Film Institute (BFI)
    • Canal+

    Mr. Turner

    2014

    Costume seen on Alice Orr-Ewing as Second Young Lady

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About the Costume

Penelope Wilton first wore this beautiful dress as the Duchess of Kent in the 2001 production of Victoria & Albert. It was seen in the 2003 production Looking For Victoria when Richenda Carey wore it as Lady Wharncliffe. The costume was seen again most recently in 2014 on Alice Orr-Ewing, billed as “Second Young Lady” in the film Mr. Turner.

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About the Costume

Penelope Wilton first wore this beautiful dress as the Duchess of Kent in the 2001 production of Victoria & Albert. It was seen in the 2003 production Looking For Victoria when Richenda Carey wore it as Lady Wharncliffe. The costume was seen again most recently in 2014 on Alice Orr-Ewing, billed as “Second Young Lady” in the film Mr. Turner.

Penelope Wilton first wore this beautiful dress as the Duchess of Kent in the 2001 production of Victoria & Albert. It was seen in the 2003 production Looking For Victoria when Richenda Carey wore it as Lady Wharncliffe. The costume was seen again most recently in 2014 on Alice Orr-Ewing, billed as “Second Young Lady” in the film Mr. Turner.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • justprosper
  • Da
Costume Designer:
  • Maria Price

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    • LOL. In fairness to PW, the king had just publicly shamed her character; the expression on her face in that image is her reaction. (It was the best screenshot I could get of the gown.) 🙂

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    • LOL. In fairness to PW, the king had just publicly shamed her character; the expression on her face in that image is her reaction. (It was the best screenshot I could get of the gown.) 🙂

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    • LOL. In fairness to PW, the king had just publicly shamed her character; the expression on her face in that image is her reaction. (It was the best screenshot I could get of the gown.) 🙂

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