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Bridgerton season 2’s Recap and Ending explained (In Details)

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The long-awaited second season of Bridgerton premiered on our television screens last week Friday, March 25th, and fans are utterly enthralled by the story of Kate Sharma and Anthony Bridgerton’s courtship and relationship.

While trying to find a wife, Anthony (played by Jonathan Bailey) took over the limelight from sister Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) in the sequel. After all, is said and done, his decision becomes trapped between his head – Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran) and his emotions – Kate (Simone Ashley.)

If you’re looking for a detailed explanation of how Bridgerton season 2 concluded, look no further. *Spoilers*

In the end, Kate and Anthony get married

After eight episodes of almost kisses, heavy breathing, and wistful glances, Kate and Anthony *finally* tie the knot in the final episode of the season finale. The Featherington ball is where Kate and Edwina have their final night of pleasure before Kate intends to travel to India and Lady Danbury pledges that she would fund Edwina for another season following her accident recovery.

Kate and Anthony
Kate and Anthony

During the ball, Edwina encourages her sister to be honest about her feelings, and Kate ends up dancing with Anthony. In spite of the whispers of many in the vicinity, the Queen expresses her admiration for the couple, praising them for their electric chemistry. Despite the fact that we do not see the wedding, we do see Anthony and Kate six months after they exchange vows. As the new Viscount and Viscountess Bridgerton, they’re enjoying themselves by hanging out with his siblings and remaining as competitive as ever on the croquet lawn.

Edwina has been promised by the Queen

Although she is known as “the diamond of the season,” following the drama with Anthony and her sister Kate, Edwina is unable to find a suitable match for herself. There is still hope; while Anthony and Kate are dancing at the final dance, Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel) pledges to introduce her to her nephew, who happens to be a prince, and the rest is history.

Lady Featherington gets one up on Cousin Jack

Season one begins with the demise of Lord Featherington (Ben Miller), leaving his widow Lady Featherington in a financial bind. Cousin Jack Featherington (Rupert Young) is summoned to take over the household. When Portia (Polly Walker) discovers that Jack has been duped into proposing to Prudence (Bessie Carter), Jack promptly explains to her that he is not wealthy at all. The two conspire to defraud other members of the tonne out of their money by convincing them to invest in his entirely defunct mining business, with the intention of keeping the money for themselves and their families.

However, when Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) discovers that the business is a hoax – and that the gems Cousin Jack has been giving away is forgeries – Portia argues that she was unaware of his con-artist tendencies and asks that he leave London immediately. She alleges she was tricked by his lies, which resulted in his being forced to leave town and call off the wedding.

Eloise Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington had a falling out

Elizabeth (Claudia Jessie) spends most of season two on a mission to find who Lady Whistledown is, only to have Queen Charlotte accuse her of being a gossip columnist. Penelope (Nicola Coughlan) reveals Eloise’s connections to a radical feminist group in an attempt to defend her friend from the charges, putting the Bridgertons’ image at danger.

While at the Featherington ball, Eloise informs Penelope that she has given up on her search for Lady Whistledown, and Penelope makes the mistake of chatting about others present. Later, Pen discovers Eloise in her room, and the two get into a heated confrontation, during which Pen eventually admits that she is Lady Whistledown.

In the end, Eloise declares that she will never talk to Pen again, blaming her for the Bridgertons’ descent into disgrace in the first place. Peloise, rest in peace!

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