Archive for the ‘Photoshoot’ Category
Nicole   /   08.27.2017   •  

HQ digital scans from the Autumn 2017 Town & Country UK featured Jenna have now been added in the gallery, together with some amazing outtakes. This is one of my favorite photoshoot ever of her! Kudos to Town & Country, which always has the best photos.

Enjoy them! And happy Victoria Season 2 Day!


Magazine Scans & Clippings > Town and Country UK (Autumn 2017) [+19]
Photoshoots > Sessions from 2017 > 002 – Town and Country UK [+13]
Nicole   /   08.20.2017   •  

Digital MQ scans of Jenna featured in yesterday’s (August 19) issue of The Telegraph Magazine have now been added to the gallery, together with a new beautiful outtake from the photoshoot! Be sure to check them out and remember to follow the site’s twitter @JennaColemaCom!

Magazine Scans & Clippings > The Telegraph Magazine (August 19, 2017) [+6]
Photoshoots > Sessions from 2017 > 003 – The Telegraph [+1]
Nicole   /   08.18.2017   •  

Another new Jenna photoshoot and article today! A little more than a week ’till Victoria Season 2 premiere, and Jenna is featured in The Telegraph as well. Check the photoshoot in the gallery and stay tuned in case of outtakes additions!

THE TELEGRAPH – Jenna Coleman is in a buoyant mood as she trudges through a field near Bramham Park in Yorkshire, where the second series of Victoria is being filmed. She is in full queenly regalia, Coleman tells me on the phone: trussed up in a corset and a thickly skirted tartan dress (they’re pretending it’s Scotland), en route to a costume van.

‘Honestly, I really wish you could see me, it’s quite funny. I’ve got big boots on, so I don’t get caught in the mud, with a tiara, and there’s lots of sheep everywhere. It’s very glamorous.’

Victoria was ITV’s highest-rated drama last year, amassing over seven million viewers, beating the BBC’s Poldark in the Sunday-night ratings war, and winning widespread critical acclaim. (Read the rest of the article at the source)

Photoshoots > Sessions from 2017 > 003 – The Telegraph [+3]

Jenna is featured in the Autumn 2017 issue of Town and Country UK, with an amazing brand new photoshoot (this magazine have the best ones, always!) The issue is going to be on sale from August 24, be sure to keep the site and twitter @JennaColemanCom checked for HQ scans and outtakes! In the meantime enjoy this preview and a piece of her interview for the magazine!

TOWN AND COUNTRY UK – As the former companion to Dr Who, Jenna Coleman is no stranger to adoring fans. Since taking on the role of Queen Victoria in ITV’s drama, she has found these interactions have a different tone: her interlocutors tend to be rather more respectful these days. Indeed, she reveals with a laugh, one dropped a curtsey before asking: “Your Majesty, please can I get a selfie?”

And I, too, find myself leaping anxiously to my feet when I spot Coleman advancing through the Sunday-morning strollers in Clissold Park, and am taken aback when she offers to go into the café herself to order our drinks.

Tiny – just over five feet tall – and dainty, Coleman has a doe-eyed prettiness that makes her seem far younger than her 31 years, and a slight but distinct Lancashire accent. Despite this, and her casual attire (vintage jacket with missing buttons, jeans, bulging rucksack), there is a definite formality and dignity about her manner, honed, no doubt, by months of playing a monarch. Majesty, whether on- or off-screen, weaves a spell that nothing else can match. Perhaps it’s not surprising: are we not, after all, taught from childhood by the most famous fairy tales – Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella – that Royalty is quasi-magical, princesses dazzlingly beautiful, princes charming, kings and queens rich beyond the dreams of avarice…? When those fairy tales appear to come true, as embodied by Diana, Princess of Wales, or, latterly, the Duchess of Cambridge, it is no wonder that a national obsession is born.

In his seminal work The English Constitution, published in 1867 when Victoria ruled the waves, the essayist Walter Bagehot mused: “The mystic reverence, the religious allegiance, which are essential to a true monarchy, are imaginative sentiments that no legislature can manufacture in any people.” It must be a source of enormous frustration to committed republicans that, while the idea of a hereditary head of state is undoubtedly illogical, even indefensible, it remains so popular. Poll after poll sees the British public favouring the status quo by a margin of over three to one. In fact, there are few political questions on which we are more united.

Latterly, this inexhaustible fascination with the monarchy has been profitably mined for entertainment. The eagerly anticipated second season of The Crown, Netflix’s lavish dramatisation of the current Queen’s life and reign, is released in November. Meanwhile, the new series of Victoria begins in September, and follows the Queen as she attempts to reconcile her duties as a mother and wife with those of a monarch, in the struggle to “have it all” that continues to exercise successful career women to this day. Hence, says Victoria’s creator Daisy Goodwin, the series’ appeal to an unexpectedly high proportion of millennial women. “A young woman is in charge, is the motor of the show rather than the love interest. And this is a teenager who is the most powerful woman in the world,” she points out. “It’s a very subversive show in a way that people don’t realise; it’s profoundly feminist. I didn’t come to it with a political purpose, but it’s obviously there.”

This may seem a little ironic, given that Victoria was famous for opposing women’s suffrage and refusing to contemplate the existence of lesbianism. “But having a woman at the helm does change people’s perception of women in society, so Victoria had a huge influence on her time,” says Goodwin. “I recently did a debate with Philippa Gregory on Victoria versus Elizabeth I, and, while basically Elizabeth had more power, her way to rule was to pretend to be a man. What is so gripping about Victoria is that she doesn’t do that. With no apologies, she is a woman, she’s in control, she has all the money, and she’s not waiting for Mr Darcy to propose – she does it herself. And she never apologises, never explains, she doesn’t have self-doubt. None of that “I’m not pretty enough, I’m not clever enough.’ She has a very strong sense of her destiny. That’s what makes her an interesting role model.” (source)

Magazine Scans & Clippings > Town and Country UK (Autumn 2017) [+1]
Photoshoots > Sessions from 2017 > 002 – Town and Country UK [+2]
Nicole   /   04.09.2017   •  

Jenna is featured in the latest issue (May) of British Vogue with a beautiful and very regal new photoshoot.
She ever looks so amazing! The scan from the magazine together with the solo outtake have now been added to the gallery, enjoy!

And remember the Jenna’s 31 Birthday Project! Jenna’s birthday is in 18 days, be sure to contribute for a very good cause!