The Bridgerton Couples That Are Too Hot to Handle

Since the Bridgerton TV series premiered on Netflix in December 2020, it has captivated the minds and souls of viewers worldwide for its wonderful storyline, great cast, and wonderful acting.

The Bridgerton Family

Bridgerton Family.

This show is a story revolving around the Bridgerton family and set in the Regency era (1795-1837). It is based on the book by Julia Quinn. The story follows eight close-knit siblings looking for love and happiness in London’s high society.

As it gets onto season 3, we have sampled some of the best couples in the series according to people’s opinions. Here are some of the best responses.

Kate and Anthony


Several people loved the chemistry between Kate and Anthony. One said, “Kate and Anthony….now and forever. I will always have a soft spot for Kanthony, their dance scenes alone makes them unforgettable.”

Natural and Flawless

Bridgerton. (L to R) Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma, Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton in episode 205 of Bridgerton

Another loved how natural they seemed, “Their chemistry seems so natural and flawless. They completed each other without knowing it, right the beginning and with time, they learnt to understand each other to finally falling trully in love with everything between: respect; understanding, support.

Anthony and Kate make a strong couple which fans fall in love quite qickly and deeply. Now, a majority of us want to know what’s next for them, what kind of parent they will be with their kids.”

George and Charlotte

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. (L to R) Corey Mylchreest as Young King George, India Amarteifio as Young Queen Charlotte in episode 101 of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story.

George and Charlotte went through several challenges and still stuck together. This is one of the reasons why they are beloved. One user said, “George and Charlotte dealing with his mental illness just really hit me because marriages do really have to deal with heavy issues like that. The way it was filmed and performed was just beautiful in an aching and genuinely heartbreaking way. I do understand why that not may be everyone’s cup of tea and this season did lack the light escapism and happily ever after quality of the others but it’s why these two really got me.”


Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. (L to R) Corey Mylchreest as Young King George, India Amarteifio as Young Queen Charlotte in episode 106 of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story.

Another said, “George and Charlotte are my number one currently, I loved seeing their chemistry on screen.”

“I think George and Charlotte have the most natural on screen chemistry of the three couples, it is incendiary, romantic and moving,” agreed one more person.

According to another person, George and Charlotte grew beautifully in love, “ George and Charlotte, we got to see them GROW in love, not just fall in it. Now if we got to see more lifetimes looks from S1 and S2, then we might have competition!”

Brimsley and Reynolds

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. (L to R) Sam Clemmett as Young Brimsley, Freddie Dennis as Reynolds in episode 103 of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. Cr. Liam Daniel/Netflix © 2023

Bridgerton’s first gay couple certainly drew some hearts.

One person commented, “I’m convincing myself they live and loved along side George and Charlotte for decades but that Reynolds passed earlier than the present timeline. It’s why Brimsley still dances on his own, the love never ended but a life did. And this theory is also why I’m happy with just one season for QC.”


Hugh Sachs as Brimsley in episode 102 of Queen Charlotte_ A Bridgerton Story

Their story does have some tragic themes, especially since we don’t know what happens to them in the future. However, there is some hope that Reynolds didn’t die.

“The actor who played Reynolds basically said in an interview that they couldn’t stay together because it was a hangable offense and the time. There was a scene cut where the old version of them passed in the hall, and it “wasn’t a toxic moment.” It’s almost worse than Reynolds dying,” one person commented.


Simon and Daphne

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One person said there was something magical and imaginative between Daphne and Simon, “I love Simon and Daphne so dang much but once it got to the dual the whole thing falls apart for me and quite frankly ruins the whole season for me. It also really bugs me they never talk about both of their deceptions and thus it all feels like something is left unsaid and unbelievable. The fact they’re not in the second season together also makes it feel like they lost something in the forced s*x + not sharing about his father. I haven’t watched QC yet so it’s Kate and Anthony until then!”


Bridgerton. (L to R) Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton, Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma in episode 206 of Bridgerton

Another person agreed saying, “Season 1 is my favorite. It felt the most magical. A lot of people talk about Saphnes first dance but I loved when they danced in EP2 the music was the theme I believe when they were actually laughing/smiling it gave a vibe I haven’t seen since.”

“Daphne & Simon season 1 just has something extra that really engages my heart and my imagination and the aesthetics feel like they have an extra sparkly oomph that QC kind of gave but in a darker way.

Real Relationship


Their relationship feels so real – I truly feel like I’m watching two individuals grow from cool strangers, to buddies, to best friends and lovers. Their love and happiness and relationship feels realistic and tangible in a way the other 2 couples didn’t quite achieve for me tbh,” quipped another person.

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Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton in episode 205 of Bridgerton

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Virgin River. (L to R) Martin Henderson as Jack Sheridan, Alexandra Breckenridge as Mel Monroe in episode 404 of Virgin River
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