The 'Sex Education' star and Bailey promised during a Tudum panel that, in spite of all of the arguments you'll see on-screen between the pair, they certainly aren't lacking in passion.
The fan event will take place virtually on September 25 and will feature the biggest stars and creators from various Netflix projects, representing over 70 series, films and specials.
Showrunner Chris Van Dusen confirmed the news to Variety. "We are back underway. We had to delay because of COVID, but we're back in it," said the showrunner, who is currently shuttling back and forth between Los Angeles and the London-based set.
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.
The fans of the show have been on their toes since the streamer giant announced in January that 'Bridgerton' is coming back for season two, with the cast expected to return to production in the spring of 2021.
The first season of the romantic period drama focused on the steamy courtship between Daphne Bridgerton (Dynevor) and Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings (Page).
As per Fox News, the 25-year-old actor spoke to You magazine and cleared the air surrounding the romance rumours between her and Page. Shooting down rumours that she is dating her co-star, Dynevor called their relationship "strictly professional".
On its debut, "Bridgerton" generally received positive reviews for its diverse cast and a Jane Austen novels-meet-"Gossip Girl" plot.
In an episode of Today, the actor admitted she has been hooked on the period drama and in fact stays up late to watch it, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
According to E! News, the series has been watched by 82 million households around the globe within the first 28 days of its release. The show's views have marked Netflix's own projections of 63 million households.
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