How ‘Bridgerton’ got Julie Andrews to be its narrator

Even when all hell breaks loose, gossiping is still a priority. Photos: Handouts

An amusing thing when watching period drama Bridgerton is hearing the witty writings of Lady Whistledown, via a voiceover.

The gossip mistress of the Regency England is all too willing to spill the dirty details of the high society crowd in 1813 London through her scandal sheets.

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