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Anne's coronation gown when she was crowned and when they celebrated also she was with child when she wore this gown also when she tried to be assassinated i love this dress all you have to do is look at it :heart:
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A second version of the Gown worn by Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn.

I also put a few facts of Anne Boleyn. The Most Happy was her motto as Queen. She was also referred to as Anne of the thousand days.

I also did her with deep brown eyes much like the real Anne.
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Not exactly what I'd call a 16th century dress. Looks more like something from the Victorian era, though the dark blue looks pretty on Anne. It also seems the character likes it as well, b/c she wears it several times in the series.
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Here's the final version of Anne's coronation costume. I loved the crown they used, b/c it's the exact same costume piece they used for Yvaine in "Stardust," when she & Tristan were crowned King & Queen of Stormhold :) It's also a pretty crown, w/ rubies & gold leaves on top.

It's interesting to note that in real life, Catherine of Aragon & Anne Boleyn were the only 2 of Henry's wives to have formal coronation ceremonies. After Anne's beheading, & even with Jane Seymour, Henry was cautious about each of his wives in terms of making them each Queen.

Anne was also beheaded nearly 3 years to the DAY of her coronation ceremony.
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This painting is believed to be of Catherine Howard, though it is undated and nobody knows the title of the painting (they weren't very good at keeping/preserving records in the 1500s. In fact, quite a few records in that era were lost in the 18th and 19th centuries). But based on the look and clothing style of the lady in question, it couldn't be anyone other than Catherine Howard. (It also appears, based on the background writing, she was 17 when this painting was done).

I made this using the Tudors Scene-Maker www.dolldivine.com/the-tudors-… on Doll Divine.

Compared to her other two paintings, she actually looks kinda cute in this one :). Her face looks a little like Scarlett Johanson (like how her face looked in The Other Boleyn Girl.) The dress was fun to do, especially since it was prettier than that ugly black one she wears in another painting. (I'm not a fan of high collars like what were popular later during Queen Mary I's reign :/).
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I first saw this outfit in the movie "Elizabeth," where they did an amazing job making Cate Blanchett look like the young adult Queen when she had her coronation. They had her look as she did in her portrait, and showed her wearing the dress without all the crazy extra stuff on for the ball held afterwards. She was also featured in posters for the movie wearing that dress.

This image was relatively easy to imitate, though the only robe they had available for the Queen to wear was red. In the portrait, she's shown wearing a golden robe. I couldn't have her holding the Orb and scepter b/c her hands were in the wrong positions to do so. Her face I based off of my imitation of her 13-year-old portrait.  I used the Tudors Scene-Maker www.dolldivine.com/the-tudors-… on Doll Divine to make this image.
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This is one of the few costumes I absolutely LOVE from the "Tudors" show. Not only does it compliment Anne's coloring, but it's period-appropriate AND is gorgeous; (2 qualities u can rarely find together w/ some of these crazy concoctions Joan Bergin came up with).

There are even some lovely (and very suggestive) promotional photos of Anne in this costume :)
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Gown worn by Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn in several scenes during Season 1.

This dress was hard to do. I looked at several sources including LadyAquitaine73551's version of this gown.
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I actually avoided doing this costume simply due to the fact that it's a really freaky mish-mash of Medieval, Renaissance, & Victorian fashion. (I get the feeling Joan Bergin must have been on crack when dreaming up some of these costumes, b/c she's constantly getting her time-periods AND the characters' visual personalities mixed up. Either that or she forgot what century Henry VIII & his contemporaries lived in).

Even this artistic imitation isn't accurate b/c the game lacks the floor-length outer sleeves on Anne's dress (a sleeve design used in the High Middle Ages, as that era was called), though I did my best. (I liked the fabric anyhow). The crown was difficult too. It looked like a tiny gold filigree screen w/ diamonds, & was re-worn & recycled several times in the series.

Anne wears this in 2 different scenes, & I chose the 1 where she's NOT having a fight w/ Henry & begging him to give her another chance at delivering him a son. Though it was sweet seeing her holding little Elizabeth in her arms.
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The outfits all the ladies (including Anne) wore in the pageant scene looked kind of bizarre. They looked across between burlesque dancers & ballerinas. A commentator on the wiki even said that the dresses looked more like underwear than costumes for a public spectacle like that. The gold crowns the girls wore looked especially silly. Though it is kind of romantic how Henry & Anne met in that scene.

Henry VIII was known to write pageants & star in them. I think the term "mummery" applies there, but I'm not sure. If there is a Renaissance fan who knows more, pls speak up. Anyway, today Henry would have been like a rock star who wrote, directed, produced, & starred in his own pageants. (At least, when he was young, & not quite insane yet).

This pageant actually did happen, and Anne was in it, but she and the King didn't really meet face-to-face then. Henry noticed Anne a few years later. It was Anne's first appearance at the Tudor court after her return from France. Also, the ladies probably wore white versions of the famous Tudor gowns we know, rather than the crazy underwear tutus.

The account I found of what really happened can be found here:

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Maybe I can do some pageant pictures with comparisons b/w the show & what the historical account says *hmmmm....*
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