A strong bond. Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page, Bridgerton‘s Duke and Duchess of Hastings, have kept in close contact since wrapping production on season 1 of the Netflix series.

The onscreen lovers got close while shooting the duration drama, Dynevor, 25, exposed in an interview with The Guardian posted on Saturday, January16 While they wait to discover whether the banner is moving forward with a 2nd season, she and the 31- year-old actor have actually corresponded.

” Regrettably now he’s off in Los Angeles, but we check in with each other a lot,” the British actress said.

Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor and Rege-Jean Page 'Check In With Each Other a Lot' While Awaiting Season 2 News
Rege-Jean Page as Simon Basset and Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton in Netflix series ‘Bridgerton.’ Liam Daniel/Netflix

Dynevor, who plays Daphne Bridgerton, dished on their bond amid reports they’re more than friends. “It was a big moment in both of our lives in a lot of ways, and we were both rather worried about it,” the Snatch alum shared.

This isn’t the first time Dynevor or Page has dealt with speculation about the status of their relationship. Throughout a joint interview with Gain Access To Hollywood previously this month, the Roots alum played it coy when asked about a potential love.

Netflix hasn’t made any main announcements about Bridgerton‘s future, but the cast– including Dynevor– is confident. Speaking with Deadline in an interview launched Friday, January 15, the U.K. native expressed fears that COVID-19 might impact production on season 2. “I can’t think of how it would be possible to movie under these circumstances,” she stated. “There are many additionals therefore many crew members and it’s a very intimate program. It just baffles me how we would film it under COVID rules unless there was a vaccine in advance.”

U.K. authorities announced a stringent lockdown on January 5, buying schools closed and residents to stay at house with restricted exceptions. The lockdown is anticipated to be in place until mid-February at the earliest. Production Weekly recommended, nevertheless, that Bridgerton might potentially begin recording its 2nd season in March.

Netflix Queue announced in December 2020 that the show reached more than 63 million families around the globe, advancing speculation that the show– which is based upon Julia Quinn‘s series of 8 young person books– would be back for at least another season. Nicola Coughlan(a.k.a. Penelope Featherington) told Range in December 2020, “All of us really hope [it will be renewed].”

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