Get to know Regé-Jean Page, Phoebe Dynevor, and their "Bridgerton" co-stars with our photo gallery, which features behind-the-scenes moments from the show, and shots of the stars before they became a part of the Shondaland dynasty.
In the books, the Bridgerton men were all nearly identical (with Benedict being slightly taller than his brothers) and favored their father. All Bridgerton children had the same chestnut brown hair color, while their mother was the only blonde. See more »
It's worth watching
For people saying that the diversity in the cast does not correspond to the reality. You should know that even the showrunners previously mentioned that the show was not supposed to follow the reality of the time, and actually represent what we dreamt to be that time with all the diversity. Doesn't matter if a rich person would be black or a servant to be white. The show is incredibly worth watching it. As a reader of the book, I loved and found it amazingly similar to the book. They warned about the diversity before the show airing. So don't criticize the show based on your ignorance. That's just my opinion.
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