Friday Link Up

Some Internet stories you might have missed:

Bridgerton Fans Can Attend a Real-Life Version of the Queen’s Ball with New Immersive Event – People

Mathew Baynton on Ghosts, clowning and his inner Regency era poet – Royal Television Society

Wait, Will Regé-Jean Page’s Duke Of Hastings Actually Appear In Bridgerton Season 2 On Netflix? – Cinema Blend
“You know I couldn’t tell you! . . . Isn’t there something wonderful about being surprised by what you weren’t suspecting?”

7 Wedding Trends That Experts Predict Will Be Huge in 2022 – Yahoo!
Picture Regency-era wedding venues with magnificent, sprawling ballrooms juxtaposed against whimsical, romantic florals and decor that speaks to cottagecore’s paradisal vibe.

Sanditon’s Rose Williams films scenes for season 2 of the hit show in full costume as she joins co-stars on deserted Somerset beach – Daily Mail

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla look adorable in matching tartan during their latest trip – woman & home
The Prince and Duchess were in Scotland on Royal business, the Prince is a Patron of Friends of the National Libraries, which is currently working to save manuscripts from the Honresfield Library which include the works of the Brontës, Jane Austen, Walter Scott, and Robert Burns.

Jane Austen makes a cameo in a charming new novel about friendship and the literary life – The Washington Post
Jane Austen and Shelley in the Garden by Janet Todd

Sensationalizing Jane Austen – The Daily Signal

Bedlam’s Persuasion Begins Off-Broadway September 11 – Playbill

First look into Netflix’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s ‘Persuasion’ – The Daily Star

Reading for 10 minutes a day ‘helps transform your well-being, creativity and human performance’ – inews
Jane Austen’s Emma makes you kinder to people who are different to yourself

Why Colin Firth is still the best Mr Darcy – The Digital Fix

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