Saturday, January 26, 2019

GLORIOUS FIRST TRAILER IS HERE FOR LAVISH NEW TUDOR SAGA THE SPANISH PRINCESS WITH CHARLOTTE HOPE, ELLIOT COWAN, RUAIRI O'CONNOR

 1ST 'THE SPANISH PRINCESS'
TRAILER HAS BEEN REVEALED
Another late night special treat comes from Starz today, who just gave us the first, rather thrilling trailer for the sequel to their successful White Queen and White Princess series,  THE SPANISH PRINCESS which is, technically
The Spanish Princess will air sometime this Spring at Starz
speaking, a sort of a prequel to famous The Tudors! As you can see from the trailer the sets, cinematography and costumes will be as lavish and
Click on the photo to enjoy the ladies in all their glory!
breathtaking as they were in White Princess, one of the most beautifully done epic sagas we've ever seen. Count your days till spring when the new series should air!

THE SPANISH PRINCESS
will see Charlotte Hope playing the young princess of Spain who was promised the English throne since she was a child. She arrives in rain lashed
Elliot Cowan and Alexandra Moen are the king and queen of England
England with her glorious court. She is Princess of Wales now, but when her husband Prince Arthur (Angus Imrie) dies suddenly, the throne seems lost
First look at Charlotte Hope as The Spanish Princess
to Catherine. Until she claims her marriage was never consummated and that as a virgin she may set her sights on the new heir, the charismatic and
Princess Catherine of Aragon arrives to England to marry the heir
headstrong Prince Harry (Ruairi O'Connor) who will one day rule as King Henry VIII. The cast will also include Elliot Cowan as Henry VII of England,
Ruairi O'Connor is a rather dashing Prince Harry of England!
Alexandra Moen as his wife Elizabeth of York, Olly Rix, Laura Carmichael, Philip Cumbus and others. Check out the first magnificent
The series is based on Philippa Gregory's best selling historical book!
trailer below for the new series and stay tuned for more cast photos in the upcoming months at your spy's.

16 comments:

  1. Hasn't Henry VIII been milked to death YET?

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    1. they can milk it as much as they want if they give us a Henry looking like that!

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    2. This is about Katherine of Aragon, Henry's first wife and it's about HER life. They don't tell her story ever. It's always about Anne Boleyn, the second wife. Katherine of Aragon has a great story and she spent over twenty years with Henry and they were in love. It's time someone told her story with her being featured as the main character.

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    3. true, even though she was a much more interesting queen than that hussy Boleyn. Maria Doyle Kennedy gave such a marvellous potrayal of Katherine in The Tudors.

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    1. it is my expert opinion, both as the world's leading epic programmes expert and a fashion icon :))), that White Princess had the best costumes we've ever seen on the telly, and obviously this one will have them too! I'm in love with their production designer!

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  3. I like the costumes. As for the beautiful black lady-in-waiting, I've learnt from the Wikipedia that african moors were considered luxury servants and that the spanish princess brought some with her to London.

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    1. yes, they are using that fact massively in the promo campaign as it is now very fashionable to put people of colour in all possible programmes, even the ones like this. BBCs Les Miserables has both black and hindi people in the cast.

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  4. I am not getting your posts for some reason. I had to search you out! I just found out that Discovery Of Witches is on AMC here and I missed the whole season! Today might be a binge watch day...if it’s good!

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    1. I never get yours because something broke when you switched your place from blog to website :)
      I thought Witches were visually very beautiful, gorgeous art production, with painfully bad, almost offensively horrible lead actress. Ladies loved the show, though, so you probably will too.

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  5. The middle lady, her dress reminds me of vintage lampshades that you'd find tacked up in pizza parlors and bars back in the 80's, kind of like this one https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fpushassist.info%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2018%2F04%2Fstained-glass-hanging-lamp-vintage-stained-glass-hanging-lamp-stained-glass-hanging-lamp-full-image-for-vintage-leaded-glass-shade-antique-stained-glass-ceiling-light-fixtures.jpg&imgrefurl=http%3A%2F%2Fpushassist.info%2Fstained-glass-hanging-lamp%2F&docid=RZprs3LUqeT0GM&tbnid=QY2WNTuNQQ2sOM%3A&vet=10ahUKEwiqjO3Mv4_gAhVDw4MKHaNDA8IQMwjMASgcMBw..i&w=640&h=426&client=firefox-b-1&bih=722&biw=1536&q=80%27s%20glass%20lampshade&ved=0ahUKEwiqjO3Mv4_gAhVDw4MKHaNDA8IQMwjMASgcMBw&iact=mrc&uact=8

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    1. the Spaniards had a visibly very different fashion style than the rest of Europe, even in architecture and music. Their history always scared me as it was always vile and lethal and morbidly dark, not to mention bizarrely religious.

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