Daphne is back! And she gives Anthony a worried look!
Netflix has given us shouts Bridgerton fans a bit of what's coming. You know, as a pleasure to compensate for the second season's painful release date of March 25th.
By this I mean that the streamer has just released next season's first-look pics! To say that they are amazing, wonderful, exciting, seductive, etc., etc. is somehow still an understatement. Where is the preventive production design Emmy ?!
First out is this picture of Lady Portia Featherington (Polly Walker) walking royally down a flight of stairs flanked by her entourage (also the rest of her family, the only important one being Penelope). She walked so Mrs. Fran Fine could run, IMHO.
Secondly, we have Simone as Kate, Charithra Chandran as her sister Edwina, and what I assume is their family's lovely pet corgi.
Once again I ask: Where 👏🏼 is 👏🏼 👏🏼 Emmy ?! In this third picture, we have Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel) reading a pamphlet that I could only assume comes from Lady Whistledown herself.
A guard! Here we have the Bridgerton bros fencing the day away. I'm sure this scene has lots of witty banter that we are unfortunately not familiar with yet.
It's getting serious! In this picture - the first from episode 3 - Phoebe Dynevor returns as Daphne (now Basset, not Bridgerton)! Given the worried expression on her face, she might be back in town to give her horny mess of a brother some much-needed advice.
In this episode 4, Kate still joins Anthony, his brother Benedict and Jack (played by the series' newcomer Rupert Young) on what appears to be a hunting activity. I'm almost 99.8% sure she surprises them all by being the best shot.
Dear all, this picture is the cause of my untimely death. In this absolutely dizzying picture, we see Kate and Anthony in their first dance. I feel like this is one of those ballroom moments that precedes THE garden talk we saw in the teaser trailer. You can almost hear (and definitely see) Kate's breathing!
And last but certainly not least, we have a picture of Penelope (played by Nicola Coughlan, aka the unknown genius mastermind Lady Whistledown) with Eloise Bridgerton (Claudia Jessie). What could they plan?
Well, that rounds out the eight new images of the upcoming season. Netflix, give us more corgi pictures, your cowards! And postpone the release date if you really are!
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