As manufacturing ramps up for Bridgerton season two, the anticipation surrounding cliffhangers and favourite characters builds. The forged can hardly escape questions on what to anticipate, and whereas they often keep fairly quiet, actress Adjoa Andoh drew an fascinating parallel to the fictional aristocrats and actual life royal couple we all know and love: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
“I actually cannot say an excessive amount of nor would you count on me to, however I assume what we do know completely is that they are married now. It is a new married life and so they have the newborn, so there are all of the vagaries of what that’s like for younger folks with a brand new child,” Andoh, who performs Girl Danbury, instructed Leisure Tonight. “I imply Harry and Meghan, what’s it like when you have got a brand new child? How does it have an effect on you when [you are] a younger couple with a brand new child?”
“I simply suppose we’ll see how Phoebe and Rege’s characters, Daphne and Simon, navigate being in love, very in lust nonetheless, however with a brand new child of their lives,” Andoh continued. “Having to navigate and negotiate that between one another, between their households and between their wider social circles.”
There is not any telling precisely how a lot of Meghan and Harry’s story can be used as inspiration for Daphne and Simon’s arc, however there is definitely been loads of materials within the final couple of months (and even years) for the showrunners to work with. In any case, they’re the royal consultants with regards to placing a baby first whereas navigating completely different worlds.
Regardless, we’re desperate to see how Daphne and Simon method parenthood, and the way the remainder of the Bridgerton household fares in season two: particularly Lord Anthony and his new love curiosity, Kate. Is it too early to ask for a premiere date, Netflix?
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