Questions about the Bridgertons on Netflix - Julia Quinn
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Julia Quinn and television pioneer Shonda Rhimes comes a powerful and romantic novel of Bridgerton’s Queen Charlotte and King George III’s great love story and how it sparked a societal shift, inspired by the original series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, created by Shondaland and streaming May 4 only on Netflix.

FAQ Category: Questions about the Bridgertons on Netflix

Curious about the upcoming Netflix series? Of course you are!

Was that you in Queen Charlotte Episode 6?

Yes! I play the pivotal role of Gossipping-Woman-on-Bench. And let me tell you, I suffered for my art. (I was literally sewn into my gown.) You can find me right after the King holds his new baby and declares him, “Perfect.”

Who is in the cast?

I’m glad you asked!

The Voice of Lady Whistledown: Julie Andrews

Queen Charlotte: Golda Rosheuvel

Lady Danbury: Adjoa Andoh

Simon Basset: Regé-Jean Page

Violet Bridgerton: Ruth Gemmell

Anthony Bridgerton: Jonathan Bailey

Benedict Bridgerton: Luke Thompson

Colin Bridgerton: Luke Newton

Daphne Bridgerton: Phoebe Dynevor

Eloise Bridgerton: Claudia Jessie

Francesca Bridgerton: Ruby Stokes

Gregory Bridgerton: Will Tilston

Hyacinth Bridgerton: Florence Hunt

Lord Featherington: Ben Miller

Lady Featherington: Polly Walker

Penelope Featherington: Nicola Coughlan

Prudence Featherington: Bessie Carter

Philippa Featherington: Harriet Cains

Marina Thompson: Ruby Barker

Siena Rosso: Sabrina Bartlett

Genevieve Delacroix: Kathryn Drysdale

Will Mondrich: Martins Imhangbe

Nigel Berbrooke: Jamie Beamish

Cressida Cowper: Jessica Madsen

Lady Cowper: Joanna Bobin

Rose Nolan: Molly McGlynn

Mrs. Varley: Lorraine Ashbourne

Jeffries: Jason Barnett

Prince Friedrich: Freddie Stroma

Are you going to visit the set?

I already did. Twice! It was an amazing experience. Everyone kept asking me if it was weird to see my characters coming to life (the answer is yes), but the really crazy thing was how many people were working on the project. Hundreds and hundreds of people–all working on something that started out as an idea in my head.

The books and the shows come together here.