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    • ITV

    Edward the Seventh

    1975

    Costume seen on an extra as a nursemaid

    • BBC

    Hard Times

    1994

    Costume seen on Beatie Edney as Louisa Gradgrind

    • ITV

    Network First: Victoria & Albert Documentary

    1997

    Costume seen on Louise Rea as Queen Victoria

    • BBC

    The Mill on the Floss

    1997

    Costume seen on Cheryl Campbell as Bessy Tulliver

    • ITV

    A Dinner of Herbs

    2000

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress as Miss Freeman

    • ITV

    The Mayor of Casterbridge

    2003

    Costume seen on Jodhi May as Elizabeth Jane

    • ITV

    Victoria

    2017

    Costume seen on Daniela Holtz as Baroness Lehzen

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About the Costume

This Victorian gown has been used at least seven times over the years. It was first seen in 1975 in the miniseries Edward VII, where it was worn by an extra as a nursemaid. In 1994 it was worn by Beatie Edney as Louisa Gradgrind in Hard Times. It was worn twice in 1997 – first by Louise Rea as Queen Victoria in the Network First documentary Victoria & Albert, and then by Cheryl Campbell as Bessy Tulliver in The Mill on the Floss. In 2000 it was worn by an uncredited actress as Miss Freeman in A Dinner of Herbs, and in 2003 Jodhi May wore it as Elizabeth Jane in The Mayor of Casterbridge. Finally, in 2017 it appeared in the second season of Victoria, where Daniela Holtz wore it as Baroness Lehzen.      

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About the Costume

This Victorian gown has been used at least seven times over the years. It was first seen in 1975 in the miniseries Edward VII, where it was worn by an extra as a nursemaid. In 1994 it was worn by Beatie Edney as Louisa Gradgrind in Hard Times. It was worn twice in 1997 – first by Louise Rea as Queen Victoria in the Network First documentary Victoria & Albert, and then by Cheryl Campbell as Bessy Tulliver in The Mill on the Floss. In 2000 it was worn by an uncredited actress as Miss Freeman in A Dinner of Herbs, and in 2003 Jodhi May wore it as Elizabeth Jane in The Mayor of Casterbridge. Finally, in 2017 it appeared in the second season of Victoria, where Daniela Holtz wore it as Baroness Lehzen.      

This Victorian gown has been used at least seven times over the years. It was first seen in 1975 in the miniseries Edward VII, where it was worn by an extra as a nursemaid. In 1994 it was worn by Beatie Edney as Louisa Gradgrind in Hard Times. It was worn twice in 1997 – first by Louise Rea as Queen Victoria in the Network First documentary Victoria & Albert, and then by Cheryl Campbell as Bessy Tulliver in The Mill on the Floss. In 2000 it was worn by an uncredited actress as Miss Freeman in A Dinner of Herbs, and in 2003 Jodhi May wore it as Elizabeth Jane in The Mayor of Casterbridge. Finally, in 2017 it appeared in the second season of Victoria, where Daniela Holtz wore it as Baroness Lehzen.      

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • hamitgokaymeric
  • Da
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Ann Hollowood
  • Sue Le Cash
  • Christine Wilson

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