View costumes from The Favourite on display in the Cartoon Gallery at Hampton Court Palace.
See costumes from The Favourite in the Cartoon Gallery as part of your ticket to the palace.
Other filming locations, including Fountain Court and Henry VIII's Kitchens, are also included in your ticket.
Included in palace admission (members go free)
View costumes created for Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz in The Favourite, and see the historic filming locations for key scenes, at Hampton Court Palace this spring.
The Favourite explores the relationships and power struggles of Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) and two of her closest female attendants: Lady Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz) and Abigail Hill (Emma Stone).
Scenes from the movie were filmed at Hampton Court Palace in the spring of 2017. The Cartoon Gallery, Fountain Court, and Henry VIII's Kitchens all appear on screen and are included in your palace admission ticket.
Costumes on display in the Cartoon Gallery include Sarah's stunning black ballgown and her more masculine riding outfit, plus Abigail's lady in waiting dress and her denim maid's outfit.
Also included is Queen Anne's simple nightgown, in which Olivia Colman performed some of the film's most moving scenes.
More costumes can also be seen at Kensington Palace where many of the historical events that inspired the film took place.
The costumes were designed by three-time Oscar winning costume designer Sandy Powell.
While the costumes take inspiration from 18th century silhouettes, Powell has experimented with colour, fabric and design to create a modern interpretation of courtly fashions.
As sovereign Queen Anne occupied the King's Apartments at Hampton Court Palace, which were built for William III. Her work on the palace can be seen to this day.
Anne commissioned opulent new decoration for her husband's drawing room — now called the Queen's Drawing Room — and transformed the appearance of the Chapel Royal. The trees she had planted in The Great Fountain Garden still grow there today.
Anne had poor health and lost 18 children to miscarriage, stillbirth and early death. Her eldest son, William Duke of Gloucester, was born here at Hampton Court Palace in 1689, but died in 1700, aged only 11.
This playful bronze effect dachshund will charm any new owner. This fun decorative garden ornament features a miniature dachshund dog standing on its hind legs and is inspired by the history of royal dogs.