“Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” is set to follow the early exploits of the regal but inquisitive queen who commands the court in “Bridgerton.” In the flagship series, she is played by Golda Rosheuvel, but the prequel to the limited series features India Amarteifio (“Sex Education”) taking on the role. The first clip shows the future queen trying to escape an arranged marriage by climbing over a brick wall covered with flowers, only to discover that the man she was recruited to help lift her up. actually her fiancé.
“The Sandman” actor Corey Mylchreest plays King George in the clip, and while it’s not a ribbed script, the scene has the signature charm and sense of rebellion that makes “Bridgerton.” feels best is a hilarious mix between “Gossip Girl” and Jane Austen-lite. If we judge a couple by how cute they meet, that’s okay, but the show will definitely have time to dig into the details and build the chemistry between the pair through the episodes. its set.
Perhaps the most remarkable part of this clip is how well Amarteifio plays as the young Queen Charlotte. The character looks a bit eccentric, like the older queen we know, but she doesn’t seem too self-contained. In fact, she told George that her betrothed was “clearly a monster or a troll”, and the way she declared herself a “women in distress” made it clear that she She won’t be a meek or overly traditional heroine. Something tells me that young Queen Charlotte will befriend Eloise (Claudia Jessie) despite expectations.
“Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” will premiere on Netflix in 2023.
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