Netflix invites Filipino ‘Bridgerton‘ fans to experience 16th century England at Villa Bridgerton located in Quezon City!
The mansion is inspired by the setting of the hit Netflix series as it returns for its second season.
Netflix’s promotional video features the TikTok Kweens Pipay (@pipaykipayy), Justine Luzares (@justine_luzares), Ychan Laurenz (@ychanlaurenz), Paula Pelaez (@its_me_paulapelaez) and GaiaPoly (@gaiapoly).
As fans of the said show, the TikTok stars flaunted their inner royalty inspired by the show’s notable characters. Of course, we know them as Daphne and Eloise Bridgerton, Penelope Featherington, and the newest additions to the cast, Sharma sisters Kate and Edwina.
According to the website, visitors can partake in elite activities such as a game of croquet. They can also transport around the villa on a royal carriage.
Also, the visitors are sure to enjoy the interior of the mansion while an orchestra plays in the background.
Villa Bridgerton is located at 35 Broadway Avenue, Corner 9th Street, New Manila, Quezon City.
What’s more, the mansion is open to the public for free from March 25, 2022 to April 3, 2022! For more information and to book your free tour of the villa, visit villabridgerton.com.
About Bridgerton: Season 2
From Shondaland and creator Chris Van Dusen, ‘Bridgerton‘ 2 follows the story of the bachelor Viscount Lord Anthony Bridgerton.
As his hope for a suitable wife grows thin, he crosses paths with the Sharma sisters, Kate and Edwina. Certainly, these two will be contributing more to the plot of the story and who knows in what way.
Indeed, ‘Bridgerton’ is known for its explicit sensual themes in the first season. However, the fans shall expect a different take on the series for its second cour.
“It’s a different story this season, with different characters,” the director said.
The new season features Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton. With Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma and Charithra Chandran as Edwina.
Bridgerton: Season 2 premiers on Netflix on March 25.
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