Nicole • April 10, 2019

Back on Friday, April 05 – Jenna was guest at The Jonathan Ross Show where she promoted the upcoming third season of Victoria and talked about Doctor Who.

Stills from the episode can be found in our gallery and a little glimpse of her interview can be watched below, enjoy!

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Nicole • April 10, 2019

Back on Tuesday, April 02 – Jenna was guest at The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2. While there she talked bout reprising her role of Queen Victoria for series 3 of Victoria and her upcoming role on stage in Arthur Miller’s play All My Sons opposite Sally Field and Bill Pullman.

Photos of her outside the BBC Broadcast Studios and during the interview have been added to the gallery, enjoy!

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You can listen to her interview clicking on the image below:

Nicole • March 08, 2019

Back on February 26 Jenna attended the Christian Dior Show during the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2019/2020.

For the occasion Jenna wore a Dior weed double-breasted jacket inspired by Pre-fall and Fall collection with matching tweed shorts, a turtleneck ribbed sweater in peach always by Dior from Pre-fall 2019 collection with a Dior flower-embellished Saddle bag from Cruise 2019 collection, Dior Essence pumps and “Tribales” studs and long pendant earring always from the Cruise 2019 collection (thanks Jenna Coleman Closet for the infos!)

Photos from the event have been added to the gallery, enjoy!

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Nicole • March 04, 2019

HARPER’S BAZAAR UK – Just standing in Queen Victoria’s bed chamber in Kensington Palace, two centuries after she was born here, I feel swept back in time – little seems to have changed. The floor-to-ceiling windows still look out over green fields and water as far as the eye can see; the floral wallpaper, while not the original, was chosen by Queen Mary to reflect it.

Oddest of all, in this same building, a clutch of dukes, duchesses and princesses, not to mention Prince William and his young family, are co-existing more or less happily in what must surely be the world’s most aristocratic apartment block. A Jacobean mansion, originally extended by Christopher Wren for William and Mary, it is conveniently located a stone’s throw from the buses and boutiques of Kensington High Street.

This was, most famously, the home of Diana, Princess of Wales, becoming a place of pilgrimage after her fatal car crash in 1997, with mourners coming from around the globe to add their tributes to the sea of bouquets piled up before its gates. (Subsequently, her apartment was stripped of its furnishings and left as a shell for years; no wonder when Prince William decided to make his own home there, he chose Princess Margaret’s former apartments instead.)

At the moment, however, my attention is focused on the young woman who has just entered the room, escorted by a retinue of security guards, dressers and ladies-in-waiting. She’s tiny as a fairy and exquisitely dressed in full-length brocade and twinkling diamonds… Only the trace of Lancashire in Jenna Coleman’s low voice dispels the illusion that the monarch has returned in person to her childhood home.

These are difficult times for ardent republicans, with both The Crown and Victoria drawing huge audiences across the globe. In the case of Victoria, the series’ appeal is down to a combination of Coleman’s beguiling portrayal and Daisy Goodwin’s lively script, which have together comprehensively recast the Queen’s image. Rather than the dour, repressive widow whose matronly form is immortalised in municipal statuary across her former empire, we are admitted into the presence of a youthful, beautiful and deliciously impulsive creature, whose struggles to ‘have it all’ – an all-consuming job, time with her young family and a meaningful relationship with a spouse whose own ego is threatened by her status – seem utterly contemporary.

This appealing interpretation is no mere populist fantasy, though with her wide hazel eyes, dramatic brows and delicate features, Coleman is a good deal prettier than Victoria ever was. She is impressively dedicated to portraying the role as accurately as possible, goes to Kensington Palace “whenever I can”, and obsessively scours biographies and the Queen’s own diaries for clues to her personality. Queen Victoria’s own drawings are her favourite source of inspiration. “You really feel that you are seeing the world through her eyes. Everything else has been edited – even her diaries, which were cut by her daughter.”

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Nicole • February 24, 2019

Back on Tuesday, February 19 Jenna attended the Vanity Fair and L’Oréal Paris Celebrate New Hollywood Party, held in Los Angeles.

For the occasion Jenna wore a Diantha striped metallic velvet and flocked tulle midi dress by Erdem with KatKim Marquise Farris ring both in yellow gold and Echo B&W ring and Marquise Crescendo Pavé ring always KatKim (thanks to Jenna Coleman Closet for the infos!) She looked amazing in my opinion!

Sadly only one official photo from the event, and a few of her outside the venue. All added in our gallery, enjoy!