A strong bond. Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean page, BridgertonDuke and Duchess of Hastings have stayed in close contact since the first season of the Netflix series was produced.
The on-screen lovers got close while filming the period drama Dynevor, 25, which was revealed in an interview with The guard Posted on Saturday January 16th. While they wait to find out if the streamer is pushing a second season, she and the 31-year-old actor have stayed in touch.
“Unfortunately he’s in Los Angeles now, but we check in a lot together,” said the British actress.
Dynevor, who plays Daphne Bridgerton, has pounced on their bond amid rumors that they are more than just friends. “It was a big moment in our lives in many ways, and we were both pretty nervous about it,” he said Snap Alum shared. “We spent so much time rehearsing together that we became good friends.”
This isn’t the first time Dynevor or Page have delved into speculations about the status of their relationship. During a joint interview with Access Hollywood Earlier this month, the root Alum played it shy when asked about a possible romance. “I think all you need to know is on camera,” he said at the time, attributing the apparent spark between him and Dynevor to “the beautiful scripts”.
Netflix made no official announcements BridgertonThe future, but the cast – including Dynevor – is hopeful. In an interview posted on Friday, January 15, the British native voiced fears that COVID-19 could affect production in season 2. “I can’t imagine how it would be possible to film under these circumstances,” she said. “There are so many extras and so many crew members and it’s a very intimate show. It just puzzles me how we would film it under the COVID rules if there wasn’t a vaccine beforehand.”
British officials announced a strict lockdown on Jan. 5, ordering schools to close and citizens to stay at home with limited exceptions. The lock is expected to take place in mid-February at the earliest. However, Production Weekly suggested it Bridgerton could possibly start filming its second season in March.
Netflix Queue announced in December 2020 that the show had reached more than 63 million households around the world, fueling the speculation on which the show is based Julia QuinnThe series of eight books for young adults – would be back for at least another season. Nicola Coughlan (a.k.a. Penelope Featherington) tells diversity in December 2020: “We all really hope [it will be renewed]. ”
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