Does anyone else have an inexplicable urge to sip tea and screech ‘muh-mah!’?

| By Sukriti Wahi | Entertainment

10 Thoughts Everyone Has While Watching ‘Bridgerton’ Season 2

Does anyone else have an inexplicable urge to sip tea and screech ‘muh-mah!’?

Warning: The following article contains spoilers for season two of Bridgerton.

To say Netflix’s Bridgerton has captivated our hearts, eyes and minds would be something of an understatement. Arguably one of the better book-to-TV show adaptations of recent years, the second season of the revisionist period drama racked up 193 million hours of viewership (just casually) over its debut weekend – all with neither Simon Basset nor his spoon in sight. Impressive.

Of course, the show’s success is hardly a surprise given the backing of screen queen Shonda Rhimes (Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal) and the show's strong source material courtesy of Julia Quinn’s best-selling romance novels, each of which follows the life of a different Bridgerton family member as they navigate love amid high society life.

Based on the series’ second book The Viscount Who Loved Me, season two explored the spicy enemies-to-lovers story of eldest sibling Anthony Bridgerton, played by Jonathan Bailey, and the spirited Kate Sharma, exquisitely portrayed by Simone Ashley.

Naturally, dearest reader, we had plenty of thoughts and feelings as we returned to Regency-era England for another social season, and we certainly weren’t the only ones.

Below are the 10 thoughts we’ve all had while watching Bridgerton season two.

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