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Bridgerton fans ‘broken’ after having Lady Whistledown realisation at the end of season 3 part 2

Bridgerton fans ‘broken’ after having Lady Whistledown realisation at the end of season 3 part 2

There's yet another update in the whole Lady Whistledown saga

It's been less than a week since Bridgerton fans were treated to the second part of the latest season and we've already gone into a total spiral.

From he oh-so steamy mirror scene to all the Lady Whistledown chaos - it's clear those last four episodes were more than worth the wait.

And of course, we saw the relationship between Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) and Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) bloom to unprecedented heights, with the friends-to-lovers power couple getting hitched and even welcoming a child.

But the latest antics surrounding the once-anonymous gossip column writer has caused Bridgerton fans to feel well and truly 'broken'.

Basically, it all surrounds acting legend Julie Andrews, who narrates the iconic character.

At the end of season three, Penelope - played by Nicola Coughlan - eventually revealed to her husband her true identity as Lady Whistledown, after fans had been speculating whether or not she'd actually spill all to him or keep it a secret.

Of course, she had managed to get away with it for so long as she was largely ignored by other members of the 'ton.

And now it seems that Andrews' time as the gossip columnist has come to an end.

Given that the Sound of Music star was the voice of the elusive character for all three seasons of the period drama - it's definitely quite emotional to potentially see her say goodbye.

Did you spot this? (Netflix)
Did you spot this? (Netflix)

In the very last moments of season three, Lady Whistledown finishes her last monologue where Andrews' voice is replaced with Penelope's.

And, in a bombshell revelation, she signs off the gossip column with 'Penelope Bridgerton' rather than the original pseudonym Lady Whistledown.

Fans are in the exact same boat, with one X user admitting: "Okay but I also broke down when we got the transition from Julie's voice to Penelope's cause it was amazing to have Pen be able to proudly do what she loves openly but then it also breaks me the realisation we won't get to hear Julie's voice anymore."

Colin finally asked Penelope to marry him. (Netflix)
Colin finally asked Penelope to marry him. (Netflix)

It wasn't the only thing eagle-eyed fans noticed either, with viewers spotting an incredible change to Lady Whistledown's society papers at the end of the season.

That's right, it emerged that the logo of a woman's side profile had changed to resemble Penelope more closely.

Bridgerton season three is currently available to stream on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Bridgerton, Netflix, TV And Film, Period Drama