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they wore a black or navy dress or skirt with a top,

an apron on top and a white mob hat .

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The would have dressed extremely plainly, unlike the maids in France. After the death of her beloved Prince Albert, Queen Victoria remained in mourning clothes until her death. Her maids would have also dressed in mourning uniform.
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Sullery Maids wore long black dresses and white aprons.

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