‘Bridgerton’ fans have been curious to get updates for the series’ second season, the shooting of which was recently halted indefinitely after someone on set tested positive for Covid-19 for the second time this month.
According to EW, a representative for Netflix confirmed the production shutdown but declined to comment further. It was further reported that the individual is currently isolating while the streamer and the show’s producers create a timetable for filming to resume.
While it was unclear whether an actor or a member of the crew had tested positive for the virus, fans were worried to check if their favourite ‘diamond of the season’- Phoebe Dynevor who plays the role of Daphne Bridgeton in the series was safe and healthy.
To update her fans, Dynevor took to her Instagram Story and shared a video of herself in which she could be seen travelling in a car, with her mask on.Sharing the picture, she wrote, “She double jabbed and masked”.
The ‘Younger’ actor was filming for season two of her much-loved Netflix series ‘Bridgerton’, after the streamer renewed the romance series through season four. Phoebe is currently filming the new drama ‘The Colour Room,’ in which she plays Clarice Cliff, a pioneering ceramic artist from the 1920s.
She was also recently roped in to play the lead in Sony’s ‘I Heart Murder’ to be helmed by ace filmmaker Matt Spicer.
The story is a female-driven thriller with the screenplay written by both Tom O’Donnell and Spicer. Oscar-winner Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher’s Red Wagon Entertainment will produce. The plot of the project is being kept under wraps.