Here are Top 10 most romantic quotes from ‘Bridgerton’, sure to swoon you all the way
An adaptation of Julia Quinn’s novel, this Netflix Regency romance is all about sex, emotions and love. Here’s raising a toast, to some of the most memorable love quotes from the show.
Based on the stories of Julia Quinn’s novels, Bridgerton is an old school Regency romance, revolving around the story of the high society Bridgerton family, consisting of eight siblings, and their journey of finding love.
Debuted on the Christmas Eve, December 25, 2020, the series streams on Netflix, with Rege Jean Page, Phoebe Dynevor, Nicola Coughlan and Jonathan Bailey in lead roles.
The Netflix show is all about sex, emotions and love, and we can see them all, swooning us with the enticing chemistry between our favourite onscreen lovers.
Here’s raising a toast, to some of the series’ most romantic and memorable quotes of all times, that touched our hearts, making us all cry tears of happiness and glee.
Queen Charlotte says, “You are wise, or perhaps unusually lucky, to understand friendship to be the best possible foundation a marriage can have.”
Penelope Featherington says, “You were not a fool. You merely believed yourself in love. One should never apologize for that. One finds oneself in such an incredible position, and, well, one should declare it, assuredly, fervently, loudly.”
Colin Bridgerton says, “I’m afraid I cannot offer you that dance, Miss Cowper. I am to escort Miss Featherington to the floor.”
Simon Basset says, “”To meet a beautiful woman is one thing, but to meet your best friend in the most beautiful of women is something entirely apart.”
Daphne Bridgerton says, “”You can choose to love me as much as I love you. That should not be up to anyone else. That cannot be up to anyone else. It can only be up to you.”
Lady Whistledown says, “The ones we love have the power to inflict the greatest scars. For what thing is more fragile than the human heart?”
Violent Bridgerton says, “I saw the way the two of you looked at each other last night and this morning. There are no others. There is only the Duke.”
Simon Basset says, “Miss Bridgerton and I have been fooling all of Mayfair for quite some time. We have fooled them into thinking we are courting when really, all along, we simply enjoyed each other’s company so much we could not stay away from one another.”
Siena Rosso says, “I thought about coming with you tonight. I envisioned myself on your arm, dancing the night away. But my imagination was the furthest I could allow myself to go.”
Simon Basset says, “Romance was entirely out of the question for both of us. But in so removing it we found something far greater: We found friendship.”