Non-fiction to read if you love Bridgerton

Can't wait for season two? Never fear, we’ve enough Regency scandal-exposing non-fiction to keep you busy.

A photograph of the Duke and Daphne from Bridgerton. Image: Netflix
Can't get enough? Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor in Bridgerton. Image: Netflix

Fun, frothy and not short of frills, Bridgerton has become one of the most successful Netflix creations of all time, with 82 households tuning into the series within its first month. The only downside of it being so infectious? Within a few days, it’s quite easy to have binged the lot.

If you’ve got an appetite for Georgiana – and you're all out of Bridgerton-like fiction – why not extend your knowledge of Regency society by diving into non-fiction about the era. These reads will deepen your understanding of “The Ton” and plenty more besides, perfectly in time for season two’s arrival.

On the Royal Family

On London society

On sex and scandal

On bohemians

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