The highly engaging Bridgerton Season 3 has been completely released, and anticipation runs high as we delve into what the cast has in store for us. Here, I present my review of Bridgerton Season 3. Read on to discover more.

Bridgerton Season 3 –A Review
Bridgerton Season 3 –A Review

Bridgerton Season 3 –A Review

Violet Bridgerton

After spending years as a widow, the ton’s most romantic mama might be ready for someone to tend to her garden. The dowager viscountess instantly connects with Lord Marcus Anderson (Daniel Francis), Lady Danbury’s (Adjoa Andoh) brother. In the Season 3 finale, Violet invites Marcus to Francesca’s (Hannah Dodd) intimate wedding and dances with him during the Dankworth-Finch Ball.

Anthony & Kate Bridgerton

In the latter episodes of Season 3, the viscount and viscountess travel to India to prepare for the birth of their first child. As he did during their honeymoon, Anthony entrusts the responsibilities of the viscounty to his eldest brother, Benedict Bridgerton (Luke Thompson).

Benedict Bridgerton

Benedict heads into Season 4 with a new understanding of himself. Through his relationships with Lady Tilley Arnold (Hannah New) and Paul Suarez (Lucas Aurelio), he has realized that he has more romantic possibilities than he had expected. Whether “Patricia, Polly, Peter, or all three at once” are in front of him, it doesn’t matter.

His identity has been a bit of a question mark, but it doesn’t ever seem to really bother him. He’s finding it out.

Nevertheless, Benedict looks forward to Violet’s masquerade ball during the next social season.

Colin & Penelope Bridgerton

Season 3’s central lovers have reached their happily-ever-after. Penelope has revealed herself as Lady Whistledown (with Queen Charlotte’s blessing), married her longtime crush, and become the mother of the next Lord Featherington. Colin is reveling in his wife’s brilliance and enjoying his own writing success with the publication of his book, ‘Traveling with Myself’.

Newton and Coughlan eagerly anticipate seeing Polin bask in their joy. When you go through your season, there are always twists and turns because it’s interesting to watch. But once you’ve had your moment, it’s really nice to see how they’ll navigate married life. It’ll be a place of comfort for them, and they’ll really enjoy it.”

However, some scandal might still be lurking in Season 4. As Penelope notes, the queen’s (Golda Rosheuvel) favor could vanish at any moment as she continues to write as Lady Whistledown under her own name.

Eloise Bridgerton

Eloise (Claudia Jessie) is entering Season 4 with a curiosity about what the world has to offer. After spending Season 3 giving her best to the ton, she still found the balls and lemonade lacking. So, she decides to join Francesca and her new husband, Lord John Stirling (Victor Alli), at his primary property in Scotland. Jessie believes that a social season without Penelope’s friendship gave Eloise the independence she needed for this journey.

Francesca & John Sterling

Scotland is welcoming a new set of newlyweds. Francesca and John are heading to the Highlands with Eloise and John’s cousin, Michaela Stirling (Masali Baduza), a gender-swapped version of Michael Stirling from the book ‘When He Was Wicked’.

“Bridgerton book readers will know what it means when Francesca meets Michaela at the end of Season 3,” Brownell says. “You’ll just have to wait to see what we do with that moving forward.”

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