This is why stately home staff had to watch the Bridgerton sex scenes being filmed

They were on duty to make sure nothing got damaged

1/25/2021 5:22:00 AM

This is why stately home staff had to watch the Bridgerton sex scenes being filmed

They were on duty to make sure nothing got damaged

Bridgertondirector Julie Anne Robinson revealed:"When you go into a country house, there is far less flexibility than you can ever imagine, you can’t move the bed, you can’t move the painting, you can’t move the wardrobe, and you have to be quite delicate with the furniture.

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"So in the Duke’s bedroom, which was in Castle Howard, [Simon and Daphne] spent a lot of time in that bed, and there were room monitors in the room when we were doing the sex scenes, and they wouldn’t leave."LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIXNetflixWith sex scenes in film and TV usually shot on a 'closed set' with only a limited number of crew members present, Robinson revealed how that wasn't possible, explaining,"The idea of a closed set is absolutely sacrosanct. But for these room monitors, their jobs were more sacrosanct to them. So they were in the scenes with us."

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