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Each season of the show - based on the books by Julia Quinn - focuses on a different Bridgerton sibling. While the first told the story of Daphne Bridgerton, the second honed in on eldest sibling Anthony Bridgerton, and his quest to find a wife to be Viscountess Bridgerton.
Season three and four have already been confirmed, and will tell the stories of Colin Bridgerton and Benedict Bridgerton.
But, have you spotted a pattern with their names?
Yep, the Bridgerton siblings are named alphabetically. While the first born is named Anthony, second eldest is Benedict, followed by Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory and finally, Hyacinth.
And people can't believe they never made the connection, with one writing on Twitter: "Just realised all the Bridgerton children are named in order of the alphabet."
While another said: "I just realised the Bridgerton siblings names are the alphabet in order. Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphane, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory, Hyacinth."
And a third added: "I loved how Lady Bridgerton named their children using alphabet A - H
– Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory and Hyacinth."
Meanwhile a fourth wrote: "OHHHHH MY GOD I JUST REALIZED THAT ALL THE BRIDGERTON FAMILY NAME ARE IN ALPHABET ORDER?????"
And a fifth added: "Why did I just now realise each Bridgerton sibling is named in order of the alphabet?"
Ever since the second season of the show dropped last month, fans have been noticing plenty of Easter eggs.
Earlier this week, we told you how author Julia Quinn made a subtle appearance in Season 2.
Spotted by @parade.media, the moment occurs in episode two, when Anthony is going through his list of potential wives.
And other eagle-eyed viewers also spotted it, with one person writing: "Love the nod to the author."
You can read more and watch the video here.
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