“Major spoilers ahead for Bridgerton season two.
“When Bridgerton premiered to critical acclaim in December 2020, its radical rethinking of a Regency romance—one with a diverse aristocracy supposedly free of racism—received praise for diversifying the genre.
“The recasting of white characters as people of color is the biggest difference between the books and the show, and many fans were excited that Kate Sheffield would become Kate Sharma in season two.
“But that isn’t the only thing that has changed in the adaptation. Here, a breakdown of the biggest differences between The Viscount Who Loved Me and season two of Bridgerton—including, yes, that bee sting scene between Anthony and Kate:”
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