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Nicole • October 27, 2016

Updated the gallery adding new outtakes from The Guardian photoshoot – from few months ago – and replaced the ones we already had with HQs. Big thanks to my friend Emily for them!

Be sure to check them in our gallery! And please, credit if repost :)

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Photoshoots > Sessions from 2016 > Session 05 [+3 and replaced the others]
Nicole • September 10, 2016

HQ digital scans from the October issue of Glamour UK – which features Jenna on the cover and with a beautiful editiorial inside – have now been added to the gallery. With BIG thanks to Emily for them! Enjoy :D


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Photoshoots > Sessions from 2016 > Session 07 [+6]
Nicole • September 01, 2016

Yesterday (August 31), Jenna was guest at BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show, where she talked with Nick Grimshaw about hew new drama Victoria. Some photos of Jenna during the interview have now been added to the gallery:

For the appearance she wore a Isa Arfen from the AW2016 collection. She looked really royal and great! Some photos of her outside the BBC Radio 1 studios have been added to the gallery as well:

TV Apperances & Radio Interviews > 2016 > August 31: BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show [+2]
Photoshoots > Sessions from 2016 > Session 08 [+1]
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Nicole • August 31, 2016

GLAMOUR UK – In the new issue, Jenna talks about playing Queen Victoria, saying: “She’s this young, vibrant girl who’s full of exuberance and energy and doesn’t really hide it. I find her fascinating. You couldn’t tame her. She’s passionate and temperamental. She was a revelation to me.”

She also discusses her time on Doctor Who, the show which made her a household name.

“When my episode began, Karen (Gillan) was still there, and while I was there Matt left and Peter started. You know it’s yours for a little moment in time and then it moves on without you, so I was prepared for that. You do get really attached though, because of the friendships you make.”

But if you think she’s got too big for her boots – think again! Her friends all keep her grounded: “I’ve got a WhatsApp group with my friends and we do, ‘What are you doing right now?’ messages during the day. One’s a teacher, one’s a broker and one works in TV documentaries. It was quite funny, as to that question, I’d just send them an alien.”

On whether fellow actresses Perdita Weeks and Sammy Winward – good friends who both appear all over Jenna’s lnstagram – are her girl squad:

“If I was to call my friends my ‘girl squad’ they might disown me”. (source)

First look at Jenna in the magazine with the cover and an outtake have been added to the gallery, the issue will be out on Thursday, September 8th so be sure to keep the site and twitter @JennaColemanCom checked for HQ digital scans and more outtakes!

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Nicole • August 22, 2016

THE TELEGRAPH – Jenna Coleman shot to fame as Clara Oswald, the Doctor’s assistant, in Doctor Who. She now stars as Queen Victoria in a new ITV series based on the monarch’s life

In a little black dress and a pair of sky scraper heels, Jenna Coleman is sitting in a room steeped in royal history. It was in this once grand, if now slightly dog-eared private chamber, on the first floor of Kensington Palace, where in June 1837 Alexandrina Victoria received the news that she was to be the new Queen of England.

“Her uncle William IV had died in the night and she was standing here in her dressing gown,” says Coleman. “At just 18, she was about to become the most powerful woman in the world.”

Having just spent seven months filming Victoria, the ambitious eight part ITV drama that charts the young Queen’s life, Coleman has got to know her intimately.

Victoria was just 4ft 11ins tall, something that Coleman, at 5ft 3, can sympathise with.

“Maybe being small – and her feet didn’t even reach the floor when she sat on the throne – was part of what made her so obstinate, impatient, forthright and formidable,” Coleman says. “It’s difficult to dominate and have your opinions listened to when you are so much shorter than everyone else in the room.”

Aged 30, she has, she says, “learned to own my height” and sees it at times as a positive advantage.

“It makes you look a lot younger than you are – and, hopefully, people won’t query me playing an 18–year-old when the series starts.”

Like the diminutive monarch, too, Coleman’s energy and spark can command even this cavernous room. She has the authority and diction of a stylish young Londoner, although the second syllable in ‘grasp’, for example, is pronounced ‘asp’ – like the snake. If you cut her through the middle, she says, the name of her hometown, Blackpool, would be written through her like the proverbial seaside rock.

(Read the rest of the article at the source)

Photoshoots > Sessions from 2016 > Session 06 [+2]