” Bridgerton’s” Nicola Coughlan Exposes “Easter Egg” From First Scene
We have some traumatic news to share, dearest readers.
On Friday, April 2, it was exposed that Regé-Jean Page will not be going back to Bridgerton for season 2. Yes, the dashing duke has actually left the series, the popular Netflix duration drama validated with a declaration from Woman Whistledown herself.
” While all eyes rely on Lord Anthony Bridgerton’s mission to discover a Viscountess, we bid adios to Regé-Jean Page, who so triumphantly played the Duke of Hastings,” the declaration checked out. “We’ll miss out on Simon’s existence onscreen, however he will constantly belong of the Bridgerton household.”
Do not stress, Daphne ( Phoebe Dynevor) fans. Woman Whistledown’s note recommended that the brand-new duchess will be back for the brand-new season: “Daphne will stay a dedicated partner and sibling, assisting her bro browse the upcoming social season and what it needs to provide– more intrigue and love than my readers might have the ability to bear.”
As E! News readers popular, season among Bridgerton followed Julia Quinn‘s very first book in the series, The Duke And I, which concentrated on the romance in between Simon, the Duke of Hastings (Page) and Daphne (Dynevor). It has actually given that been verified that season 2 will follow the earliest Bridgerton kid, Anthony ( Jonathan Bailey) as he looks for love.
If we are right, season 2 will be motivated by the plot of The Viscount Who Enjoyed Me, where Viscount Bridgerton lastly discovers a better half– just to end up being sidetracked by her older sibling, Kate. It’s safe to state that the Duke would not have actually played a big part in the story anyways.
In truth, according to Due date, Page was just contracted for one season of the program. Regardless, we’ll miss his onscreen small talk (and library experiences) with Daphne.
Your Grace, it has actually been a satisfaction. pic.twitter.com/kX1nIG8pz7
— Bridgerton (@bridgerton) April 2, 2021
This casting news comes soon after Luke Newton, who plays Colin Bridgerton, verified that season 2’s production had actually not yet started. ( He formerly teased fans by sharing behind-the-scenes video footage from set.) “However,” he admitted throughout a candidates press junket for the 2021 DROOP Awards, “everybody separately is preparing and psyched up for season 2.”
While we await more updates, scroll through the gallery listed below to find out more season 2 information.
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