Welcome to Jenna Coleman Online, your best source for everything on the Blackpool born actress Jenna Coleman. She's best known for her role as Clara Oswald in Doctor Who, but she's now our fierce Queen Victoria in the ITV hit.
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2017 — Season 2
Jenna as Queen Victoria
For this year’s Jenna (31) birthday I’ve decided to to something different than the usual fanbook or video. Taking inspiration by my friend Helen, I’ve decided to collect money for Place2Be a UK based charity, that provides emotional support to children in schools, and for which Jenna is ambassador.
My goal is to raise a good amount of money (hopefully) which will be send directly to the charity on April 27th, the day of Jenna’s 31st birthday. Any donation is welcome, even the smallest one! And for them I thank you in advance.
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Today’s Jenna 31st birthday, and I’d like to wish her the best of days! I hope she’s having a great one, spending it with all her friends and lovers one.
To celebrate her birthday, I’ve decided to share something with her fans and followers of the site! 3 Exclusives Outtakes from a photoshoot she did in 2015 for Interview Magazine. This is one of my favorite photoshoot of hers, and the photos I’ve added are beyond gorgeous!
Enjoy them and you still have few hours to take part in her birthday project! Just to wish her an happy one donating to a cause she cares about! :)
Yesterday (April 26), Jenna attended the launch of the Ned, a new hotel, in London. A couple of photos from the event have now been added to the gallery!
Today is Jenna’s 31 Birthday! I’m gonna make a post about it later, but if you want to take part in her birthday project, you still have some time!
RADIO TIMES – ITV’s Victoria is set for its own Christmas special this year and writer/creator Daisy Goodwin promises that it’ll be suitably festive.
“I haven’t written the Christmas special yet,” Goodwin told RadioTimes.com at the BFI & Radio Times Television Festival, “I imagine it’s going to be quite taxing but I know it’s going to be utterly brilliant and there’ll be a lot of snow in it”.
The festive outing for Jenna Coleman’s queen will be made all the more special thanks to her historical husband Albert’s (Tom Hughes) well-documented love of the winter celebration.
“All his children had individual Christmas trees”, she explained, “so he was the original ‘Christmas-zilla’, I think is the word!”
Fans will have to wait until December to unwrap Goodwin’s festive delight, but they’ll have plenty of ‘Vicbert’ delights to keep them ticking over if series two – which is currently filming – airs in the autumn as planned.
RADIO TIMES – Claire Foy may be ready to hang up her titular headwear after series two of Netflix’s The Crown, but Jenna Coleman doesn’t need to worry about her ITV throne.
Daisy Goodwin, the creator of Sunday night favourite Victoria, has assured RadioTimes.com that there are no plans to search for a new leading lady to play an ageing monarch any time soon.
“I think we’ve got quite a long way to go before we need to re-cast Jenna; we’re moving quite slowly through the 1840s,” Goodwin explained at the BFI & Radio Times Television Festival.
“We haven’t even caught up with her real age,” she continued, “so I think Jenna will be on our screens for some time to come”.
Coleman’s definitely sure to star in the ITV drama for at least another series (series two is currently filming) and a Christmas special will take her right the way through to the end of 2017.
Goodwin hasn’t ruled out the possibility of continuing Victoria’s tale in a third series either, meaning we could well still be bowing to Queen Coleman for many years to come. (source)
Jenna – together with Victoria‘s Tom Hughes and Daisy Goodwin – attended Day 2 of BFI & Radio Times TV Festival yesterday (April 08) for a panel called ‘The Unlacing of Victoria’. The festival took place at the BFI Southbank in London.
Some photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, enjoy them!