We had eight bridesmaids and we fitted all of them, we did a long beautiful train and choreographed how they would carry it." "We actually made the bridesmaids dresses based on her own drawings in her diary," said Rosalind Working with Jenna was a dream – no complaints, no last-minute changes, no fuss over the corsets. "She got used to wearing a corset instantly," said Rosalind. "She just looked amazing in it. She was always perfectly dressed and just really keen to look right as Victoria. All the females wore a corset, even the servants, because it makes them stand and walk like a Victorian – not that Jenna wouldn't have been able to do that – but it just helps." On Jenna wearing a prosthetic bump, Rosalind said:"She was great about all of it! No complaints" The series also explores Victoria becoming a mother. Even then wearing a prosthetic bump, Jenna had no qualms. "She was great about all of it!
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