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A whole new cast has been welcomed to the Netflix prequel; Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story has finally landed on Netflix after what feels like forever and fans have been treated to a whole new cast of characters and actors including India Amarteifio, Corey Mylchreest and more.
The Bridgerton prequel is all about Queen Charlotte and her rise to power as well as a look at how her marriage to King George sparked ‘both a great love story and a societal shift’, according to Netflix.
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A few of the hit series’ original cast members will be reprising their roles in the spin-off, in addition to a string of new faces.
Here’s the lowdown on the cast of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story and where you've seen them before…
Golda Rosheuvel is reprising her role as Queen Charlotte, who will take centre stage in the series.
She is best known for appearing in Luther, EastEnders and the Florence Pugh-starring film Lady Macbeth.
India plays the real-life queen decades before she becomes the fearless royal that we see in Bridgerton.
She is best known for portraying Lizzie in Netflix’s Sex Education.
Another star reprising her role in Queen Charlotte is Adjoa Andoh, who plays Lady Agatha Danbury.
Outside of the Netflix drama, she is known for her roles in Doctor Who and The Witcher season 2.
Arsema has taken on the role of the young Lady Agatha Danbury, who becomes a mentor to Queen Charlotte.
This is her first big role after only previously having worked on one episode of the TV series One Touch as well as the romance movie Redeeming Love.
Of course, Ruth is back in the prequel as she is the mother of the eight Bridgerton siblings.
You may recognise her from a number of other acting jobs including roles in Fever Pitch, Silent Witness and Home Fires.
Connie portrays the role of Violet before becoming the show’s most-liked mother.
This is the first big role she has landed after appearing in Mr Selfridge and the medieval movie The Kid Who Would Be King.
Brimsley - AKA Queen Charlotte’s butler - is back for the spin-off, of course, as the royal’s most loyal right-hand man.
Hugh has previously starred in TV series such as Benidorm, The Shell Seekers and more.
The King is played by Corey Mylchreest and this is the first time Bridgerton fans will get to see him as a healthy ruler as in past series he has fallen unwell, therefore had only brief appearances.
This will be Corey’s first official leading role after previously appearing in The Sandman.
A new character we are introduced to in Queen Charlotte is Lord Danbury, played by Cyril, as fans will finally get to meet Lady Agatha Danbury’s husband, who has a significant age gap with his wife.
Cyril has previously acted in EastEnders, Midsomer Murders and more.
Tunji plays Adolphus - Queen Charlotte’s caring brother who wants nothing but the best for his sister.
He is best known for playing Ned ‘Nick’ Nickerson in the Nancy Drew TV series.
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