Bridgerton Season 2’s corgi is more important than you think


this Bridgeton Article contains no spoilers for Season 2 or the novels. All novel quotes and paraphrased details are solely for additional context for promotional images/descriptions.

Netflix recently released new photos teasing what’s to come Bridgeton Season 2 to be released on March 25th. The second season of the streamer’s hugely popular show is being adapted The viscount who loved me, the second book in Julia Quinn’s best-selling romance series, and fans of the series eagerly await the love story of Kate (Simone Ashley) and Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey). We have some photos of Kate and Anthony in the stills release, but animal lovers have dressed up for the photo of Kate, Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran) and an adorable corgi book reader known as Newton.

for Bridgeton For fans who haven’t read the book, the dog is definitely an important detail. Last season, Queen Charlotte’s Pomeranians were clearly accessories to her royal lifestyle. Kate’s devotion to her dog, on the other hand, is an important part of her character. In The viscount who loved meKate’s animal friend is first described as “Newton…a slightly overweight corgi”. Newton greets visitors, and often his first impression of guests becomes Kate’s first impression. Newton’s barking, belly-slapping, and shin-climbing are the way it drives a person’s overall behavior. She also pays close attention to how Newton responds to gentleman callers and potential suitors.

Were there corgis in Regency-era England? Yes. (Sorry, advocates of historical accuracy—that’s one thing Bridgeton cannot be attacked.) There are two main breeds of Corgis: the Pembroke Corgi, what Newton is, and the Cardigan Welsh CorgI. Both breeds are native to Wales and Documentation for corgis first appears in 1107. They were originally bred to herd cattle and sheep. However, in the Regency era, Corgis were not as common as other breeds as elite class companion dogs. Jane Austens Mansfield Park Features a pug Owner. Pomeranians and various terrier breeds were also common.


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