This “Bridgerton” scene was the least favorite of Phoebe Dynevor and looked very different from what is on screen in Daphne.


The new Netflix series to take the world by storm is Bridgerton. It is a period piece set during the high season in England. It’s about marriage-seeking debutantes, and Daphne Bridgerton is the season’s diamond, setting out to win a husband who can ensure a decent life for her and eventually become a mother.

But the way she plans, things don’t always work out, and there’s a lot of good drama happening, of course. Remember, it’s the Shondaland movie. Passing the time at the beginning of the year is enjoyable and a good presentation.

There was one scene for lead actress Phoebe Dynevor, however, that looked very different from how it came across on film. In doing so, from her role as Daphne Bridgerton, she actually learned a lot. [Spoiler alert: spoilers ahead for the whole first season of Bridgerton].

The scene where the prince meets Daphne was not at all Phoebe Dynevor’s preference.

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Dynevor described a day on set that was her least favorite for shooting in an interview with Glamour UK posted on their YouTube page on December 29.

“And her “most complicated” to render as well. It’s after a semi-desirable response is achieved by her little agreement with the Duke and Daphne catches the attention of the prince. During a case, she has to walk down the stairs and everyone is looking at her.

“Everyone turns and looks at her … And they’re watching me walk down the stairs. That was really the most uncomfortable scene ever,” said Dynevor. “I absolutely hated the shoot because I just didn’t feel very safe that day. I think I woke up and felt out of my power, out of my strength that day.”

She felt awkward, but looking back, she didn’t find it at all on the video. For Daphne, it’s a very big moment, and it leaves the prince very much in love.

And Dynevor noted that looking back, too, gives a feeling of, “Oh, that’s the opposite of what I felt on set.”

“I think that happens a lot in life, that what we portray on the outside is usually very different than what’s going on inside,”I think that happens a lot in life, that what we portray on the outside is typically very different from what’s going on inside.

Dynevor was anxious about running a Netflix film, but Daphne taught her a thing or two about bravery.

This is not Dynevor’s first show or project to have appeared in. She started in 2009 as Siobhan Mailey in the Waterloo Road series and has been on the show ever since. She most recently appeared as Clare Snatch as Lotti Mott in Younger.

But this is the first time a series has been directed by Dynevor, and for her it was nerve-wracking.

“I was super nervous to direct a Netflix series and that Shondaland was involved…”I was super nervous about directing a Netflix series and that Shondaland was involved… “It was a big deal.”

But Dynevor was taught about her character by playing the eldest daughter of Bridgerton.

“She has the strength and courage to do what she thinks is right, to follow her heart and not listen to anyone else’s opinion,”She has the strength and courage to do what she believes is right, to follow her heart and not listen to the opinion of someone else. “I also learned that I am a better dancer than I thought I was.”

There were also some wonderful musical and dance scenes in ‘Bridgerton.’

Yes, the characters also had some fitting parts to dance to, in addition to dancing.

And that included some fun, classic arrangements from artists such as Taylor Swift, Maroon 5 and Ariana Grande for modern songs.

The filming of the first episode was one day of dancing on set that stands out for Dynevor.

At the close of the first debutante coming-out ball, the scene featured fireworks.

It was 5 a.m. on the first week of filming, six weeks of practice, and I was very nervous about the dance,”It was 5 a.m. the first week of shooting, we had been rehearsing for six weeks, and I was really nervous about the dance,” “It was really that princess moment of ‘Oh my gosh, this is amazing’ and the beginning of such an amazing, wild journey.”

The creator of “Bridgerton” insists that if Netflix releases more episodes, a scene will be included in Season 2.


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