Bridgerton Fans Are Just Realising Special Meaning Behind Hyacinth's Name
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Bridgerton fans are just realising the special meaning behind Hyacinth's name.
The youngest Bridgerton sibling - played by Florence Hunt - is named after the pale blue and violet flower - but have you ever wondered why?
Well, there was a huge clue in Season 2 of Bridgerton, but it seems many viewers missed it.
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If you've binged the second instalment of the series, you'll know that it delves into Anthony's relationship with his father, providing a flashback to what actually happened to Edmund Bridgerton and how he sadly died many years earlier.
In the scene, Edmund is stung by a bee and appears to have a severe allergic reaction. He collapses and dies, moments after his wife - pregnant Violet Bridgerton - emerges from the family home to be at his side.
But it's what Edmund was doing shortly before the bee sting that gives away his youngest daughter's name.
Just moments before, Edmund can be seen picking hyacinths, to take inside to Violet.
"She would adore those," he told eldest son Anthony, before picking the hyacinths.
Over on a Bridgerton fandom page, it's explained: "The hyacinth flower was the last flower Lord Edmund Bridgerton picked before he died."
And fans are only just realising, with one tweeting: "Did anyone else recognise that hyacinth is named after the flowers edmund was picking when he died?"
While another said: "Crying while watching s2 ep3 of bridgerton because violet named her hyacinth because those were the last flowers edmund picked for her :(."
And a third added: "Just saw a comment that said that the flowers Edmund was picking up to give Violet before getting stung were hyacinths. So his last gift to Violet was supposed to be hyacinths but it was Hyacinth (the daughter) and now I'm not okay."
You can watch both seasons of Bridgerton on Netflix now.
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