Where was My Lady Jane filmed? The house and all the locations

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Blending the humor and adventure of the 80's fantasy classic The Princess Bride with the romance of Bridgerton, My Lady Jane was filmed in and around London.

The story rewrites the drama of Lady Jane Grey, who was unexpectedly crowned Queen of England before Mary Tudor and ruled the country for nine days before her execution.

Emily Bader as Lady Jane Grey

Inspired by the 2016 novel of the same name, the film stars Emily Bader as Lady Jane Grey and Edward Bluemel as the gallant and mysterious Lord Guildford Dudley.

Here is our spoiler-free guide to all the filming locations of My Lady Jane. You'll find the locations in order of appearance.

The My Lady Jane house

My Lady Jane house
The first episode, "Who'll Be The Next In Line?", the Grey estate is Great Chalfield Manor in Wiltshire, southwest England.

This beautifully preserved late medieval manor house, built between 1465 and 1480, is now owned by the National Trust.

Renowned for its picturesque architecture and landscaped gardens, it offers guided tours and hosts various cultural events annually.
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My Lady Jane castle
Lord Dudley, played by Rob Brydon, lives at Broughton Castle, which is not actually on the river but is surrounded by a square moat.

Located near Banbury in Oxfordshire, this historic fortified manor house has been home to the Fiennes family since 1377.
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Broughton Castle Great Hall
The castle is open to the public and features the beautiful gardens depicted in the series and magnificent interiors.

The Great Hall, the heart of the original house, boasts 16th-century windows and a mid-18th-century plaster ceiling.

Herstmonceux Castle
King Edward VI's palace is the Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex.

Known for its stunning red brick architecture and beautiful gardens, this 15th-century moated castle now serves as an international study center for Canada's Queen's University.
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My Lady Jane location
This scene in the gardens and some others taking place in the courtyard were filmed at Hampton Court Palace in Richmond upon Thames.

This impressive Tudor royal palace, with its elegant cobbled courtyards and Baroque architecture, is also one of the key locations where the Bridgerton series was filmed.
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Jacobean house
The cylindrical bush garden was filmed at the Hatfield House in Hertfordshire.

Designed in the early 17th century, these gardens offer visitors a glimpse into the grandeur of Jacobean landscaping amidst a tranquil setting.
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St. Etheldreda's Church in Old Hatfield
The church's exterior is the bell tower of St. Etheldreda's Church in Old Hatfield.

This 13th-century structure is known for its picturesque medieval architecture and beautiful stained glass windows.
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My Lady Jane church
The interior is St. Bartholomew the Great in the Barbican, London.

Built in 1123, this impressive Norman-style building has been used as a location for hundreds of productions.
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Dorney Court
The second episode, "Wild Thing", features Dorney Court, a nearly 600-year-old Tudor mansion in Buckinghamshire.

The estate's enchanting gardens and grounds have made it a sought-after venue for weddings, events, and filming.

Notable productions such as Mary and George, The Sandman, and Taboo have been filmed on-site.
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With A Girl Like You
In the third episode, "With A Girl Like You," the oldest surviving part of Dover Castle in Kent appears for the first time.

The fortress, with a history spanning over nine centuries, guards the shortest sea crossing between England and continental Europe.
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