Phoebe Dynevor, aka "Daphne," won't appear in the next season of "Bridgerton"
The third season of the television show "Bridgerton" won't include actress Phoebe Dynevor. For the next episodes of the Shonda Rhimes-created Netflix mega hit "Fair Play," the actress will not reprise her role as Daphne Bridgerton.
According to "Female First UK," she is "eager" to watch with everyone else as her on-screen brother Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington, who are respectively portrayed by Luke Newton and Nicola Coughlan, have their love story take center stage.
When asked whether she will reprise her role as Daphne, the 27-year-old actress responded to Screen Rant: "Sadly, not during season 3. perhaps in the near future. But I'm simply eager to see season three as a spectator."
The relationship between Daphne and the Duke of Hastings was the focus of the first season of "Bridgerton," and after the plot's resolution, Phoebe's co-star Rege-Jean Page said he wouldn't be playing her on-screen spouse in subsequent seasons.
According to "Female First UK," Phoebe earlier said that she believed Rege-departure Jean's placed a "spanner" in the production.
She uttered: "I was somewhat forewarned, so I was aware, but yes, I suppose that is a spanner. The Bridgerton family is the main focus of the program, and there are eight volumes. Perhaps the book lovers were more aware of it than the television viewers, in my opinion ".
Although the second season of the saga, which is based on Julia Quinn's novel series, is focused on a love triangle between Anthony, Viscount Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey), and half-sisters Kate (Simone Ashley) and Edwina Sharma, she was aware that it wouldn't ultimately have an impact on subsequent seasons (Charithra Chandran).
She mentioned this in an interview before to the second season: "I believe book readers are aware that each season is focused on a new sister. And Anthony is being very effectively handed over to the charming Johnny. Naturally, it's sorry to see (Page) depart, but I'm eager to meet my family again."