First guests enjoy al-fresco afternoon tea in Covid-secure ‘dining domes’ on lawn of Queen’s House in London where Netflix hit Bridgerton was filmed
Queen’s House in London was used as a location for filming during the creation of Netflix hit Bridgerton
The gardens have been transformed into an al fresco dining area available until the end of the month From today until May 31 guests can enjoy dinner or afternoon tea inside pods to shield from any foul weather
The first guests have enjoyed an al-fresco afternoon tea in Covid-secure ‘dining domes’ on the lawn of Queen’s House in London.
The grounds of Queen’s House, a former Royal residence of James I, were transformed into an alfresco dining area.
From May 7 until May 31 dinner or afternoon tea will be available to guests who can sit in ‘dining domes’ to keep out of any bad weather.
It comes after it was revealed filming for Bridgerton’s second season has begun with the actors photographed in a scene set at Ascot last month.
The first season focused on the romance between Daphne Bridgerton, played by Phoebe Dynevor, and Simon, Duke of Hastings, the role which Rege-Jean Page bade farewell to last month – to the dismay of his many fans.