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Bridgerton was the Netflix show we all binged on.
The period drama was full of love, betrayal and scandal… all the good stuff!
However, as the lockdowns slowly begin to lift, you may be missing your dose of the drama.
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But, not to worry, you can still live the Bridgerton dream, and actually socialise with someone who isn’t your housemate at the same time.
One of the show’s filming locations, The Queen’s House in Greenwich, is opening up their grounds for a dining experience.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, which was built especially for King James I’s wife Anne of Denmark, was the site for some of the Mayfair scenes.
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Outside, on the front lawn, they have set up new dining domes, which will open on 7 May.
These will hold from four to six guests for lunch, dinner or afternoon tea. How fabulous!
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This means you can wonder round the grounds like the Regency prince or princess you really are, after scoffing treats in your igloo.
On The Queen’s House's website, it reads: "Eat out in style this spring with an unforgettable dining experience in your own luxurious dining dome set against the spectacular Queen’s House in Greenwich.
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"Dine like royalty in front of this iconic ‘house of delights’, built especially for James I’s wife Anne of Denmark and recently used as a filming location for the hit Netflix show Bridgerton.
"Choose from seasonal menus for either lunch, Royal afternoon tea or dinner, while soaking up the views of the spectacular London skyline and the River Thames."
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