Bridgerton Dialogues: The first season of Bridgerton is a lovely retreat that introduces us to a beautiful universe full of fascinating characters and engaging dialogues. It’s impossible not to be enthralled by the stunning scenery and sensational drama.
Spoiler Alert! But if you are looking for a reason to watch the show, or rewatch the show, we have curated a list of our favourite dialogues from the show that make it a must-watch.
- “Do it. Be bold.” — Eloise Bridgerton
That’s it. That is the dialogue. If you are looking for motivation to cut your hair or ask out that crush, Bridgerton will empower you to do what’s on your mind.
2. “You have no idea what it is to be a woman, what it might feel like to have one’s entire life reduced to a single moment. This is all I have been raised for. This is all I am. I have no other value.” – Daphne Bridgerton
Daphne’s growth throughout the season is remarkable. Daphne continuously makes space for herself in a world that doesn’t want to give her any options, and she does so without compromising who she is or pretending to be someone she isn’t.
3. “Why must our only options be to squawk and settle or to never leave the nest? What If I want to fly?” – Eloise Bridgeton
Eloise Bridgerton is whip-smart, brazen, and rebellious, and she has no intention of becoming just another young simpering and mincing debutante. She is convinced that she is meant for something much bigger, and we are all here for it.
4. “To meet a beautiful woman is one thing, but to meet your best friend in the most beautiful of women is something entirely apart” – Simon Basset
Simon Basset is reserved and holds his emotions close to his chest, as well as morally upright and honourable. Viewers just cannot get enough of his humour as well as kindness.
5. “An appreciation of the arts is what lifts us beyond mere animals. It stirs the passions and moves the spirits” – Lady Whistledown
The show is bursting with historical and enthralling works of art. Art appreciators worldwide will be swooned by the major works by Jacques-Louis David and Orazio Gentileschi.
6. “Mothers. They are people, I suppose” – Simon Basset
Though set up in early 19th century England, the show tackles and combats many stereotypes about relationships, gender roles, and other rigid societal norms. Daphne’s mom Viscountess Violet Bridgerton is an unsung hero of the series and will act as an inspiration to many.
7. “All is fair in love and war but some battles leave no victor, only a trail of broken hearts that makes us wonder if the price we pay is ever worth the fight.”
The show gives us many teachings about love and romance. Although Romance ensues, but not without the Bridgerton family’s share of drama and humour. The audience will be left with a light and breezy feeling at the end of the series.