We've all been blessed with a new look at Millie Gibson's Ruby Sunday in Doctor Who and nobody was prepared.


It was recently revealed that Jonathan Groff's character would be joining Ruby and the Doctor (played by Ncuti Gatwa) in a period setting, and if that wasn't enough, fans have now been able to pore over the details of the companion's new look.

Posing away in a lush garden, Gibson can be seen rocking a yellow floor-length gown, with white elbow-length gloves complementing the outfit and a classy up-do.

It's giving Bridgerton! It's giving glam! It's giving hefty new Disney Plus budget and we love it!

Confirming the time period beyond any doubt, the official Doctor Who account tweeted: "Regency ready Ruby."

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Fans absolutely can't cope, dubbing her a "Princess" and deciding that she's officially in her Downton Abbey and Bridgerton era.

We've had so much news to keep us going when it comes to Doctor Who recently, with incredible music stars including Jinkx Monsoon and Jonathan Groff being cast (did someone say musical episode?) and new looks at stunning new costumes.

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In fact, RadioTimes.com understands that, unlike previous Doctors, Gatwa's Fourteenth Doctor will rock a new look every single episode. So far, we've seen his swingin' '60s suit, plus his regency regalia, and we can't wait for more.

As for the villains we've got coming up, we know drag legend Monsoon will be playing the Doctor's "most powerful enemy" yet, with Russell T Davies warning us to beware someone called the Duchess.

Plus, eagle-eyed fans reckon the Sontarans are on their way...

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