That’s right. Lace-up your corsets, pinch your cheeks, and powder your wigs! You get a chance to party with Lady Whistledown and Queen Charlotte! Netflix’s press release reads, “Her Majesty, the Queen, requests your presence as Netflix, Shondaland, and Fever present the social event of the year inspired by Netflix’s hit series from Shondaland.”
The sun was still shining on June 5, 1961, when President Kennedy and his wife Jackie climbed into their car for the brief drive over to Buckingham Palace. They were excited to enjoy a swanky dinner with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.
The florals. The pastels. The puffs! The enchanting sets and whimsical wardrobes! Why Judith March’s Easter collection is making us binge ‘Bridgerton’ x100.
‘The Viscount Who Loved Me’ is set in 1814 as Regency London gears up for another social season. Anthony Bridgerton is described by Lady Whistledown as an “elusive bachelor who has shown no indication that he plans to marry.”
Check out the video! Gossipy tabloids like Lady Whistledown’s 100% existed in regency-era. The difference between Lady Whistledown’s and what was printed in real life was that they tended to publish blind items or reference people by their initials… but high society ate it up!
Did you know that Queen Charlotte and King George III were the first residents of Buckingham Palace? The King and Queen moved into Buckingham Palace in 1762. Queen Charlotte adored their home so much that it was coined “The Queen’s House.”