What Bridgerton Gets Right & Wrong About The Real-Life Regency Era

Set in 1813, Bridgerton takes place during England’s Regency Era, and throughout, the series gets some aspects of the historical period right and others completely wrong. Bridgerton is based on a series of romance novels by Julia Quinn and follows the wealthy Bridgerton family as its eight siblings find love in Regency London. In the first two seasons, the show has explored the romance of eldest daughter Daphne and the Duke of Hastings, the family heir Anthony’s enemies-to-lovers relationship with newcomer Kate, and will next explore the complicated unrequited love between Colin Bridgerton, third son, and his best friend Penelope.

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