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Netflix drops first trailer for Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton story

Callum Jones

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Netflix drops first trailer for Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton story

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Netflix has dropped the first trailer for Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, which will be dropping on the streaming platform on 4 May.

Watch the trailer below:

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Directed by Tom Verica, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story follows a young queen as she rises all while prominence and power, while her marriage to King George ushers in a great love story.

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The short mini-series features the likes of India Amarteifio as Young Queen Charlotte, Eric Tiede as the attendant, plus Freddie Dennis as Reynolds.

The new trailer, which was released today, showcases the setting of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, which will have fans of Bridgeton very excited.

The trailer opens with with young Charlotte (India Ria Amarteifio) asking her older brother why she's been selected to marry into royalty. "Charlotte, there are worse fates than marrying the King of England," he said to her.

But as the young queen is swept into a fancy new life, her duties as member of the royal family become very clear from the get-go.

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In the trailer, she is told by her mother-in-law: "as many babies as possible for my son" - a woman who has a vision to 'unite' all of society.

Queen Charlotte also attempted to escape her luxury life, but that is when she met King George himself, played by Corey Mulchreest.

As Charlotte is mid-escaping, George is heard saying: "Hello my lady - are you in need of assistance of some kind?"

Charlotte is definitely not set on marriage though, but George is adamant to win her over.

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As clips of them dating show on screen, he says: "I realise you have no reason to like me, but if you will give me one evening of your time, it might make you hate me a little bit less."

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix

Callum Jones
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