Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kim Kardashian is now amongst the many fans of the Netflix series Bridgerton. Taking to her Instagram stories, the beauty mogul shared pictures of her enjoying the show during a girl’s night. The series titled Bridgerton starring Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page in key roles is based on the books by author Julia Quinn. The Netflix series follows the esteemed families of the British high society and their romantic pursuits. It’s all through the lens of Lady Whistledown, a gossip columnist.
On her Instagram stories, the beauty mogul documented herself watching Bridgerton on Netflix. Kim shared a picture of her TV screen, clicked while watching the show, featuring characters Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page) and Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor). Sharing the photo, she wrote, “It's finally happening!!!" From the picture Kim shared, one can clearly guess that she watched at least the first four episodes of the show. And, it looked like she was hooked on to the show. Later, the mother to four shared another photo of Simon and Dapne waltzing and wrote, “I'm not ok!!!!" She shared yet another close-up picture of Simon and Dapne dancing, making eye contact and wrote, "What is happening?!?! I'm not crying!"
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Meanwhile, another picture from the girl’s night that Kim Kardashian shared saw her holding a glass of champagne with her friend. The KUWTK star was busy sipping sparkling wine, enjoying watching Bridgerton with friends Stephanie Shepherd and Tracy Romulus. Also Read: Paris Jackson Opens Up About How Late Dad Michael Jackson Made Sure She Didn’t Feel ‘Entitled’; Reveals ‘It Wasn’t All Glitz And Glam’
Talking about Bridgerton, after the first season was a big hit, Netflix announced that season 2 will drop soon. The first season premiered on Christmas Day last year.
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