“Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” is a prequel to Netflix’s hit series “Bridgerton,” based on the lifestyle of Queen Charlotte and her husband King George. The series is currently streaming on Netflix, with six episodes available in Hindi and English, along with subtitles.

In this article, we will discuss the shooting locations for this series. The entire series was filmed in various locations throughout the UK.

Buckingham Palace was actually shot at “Blenheim Palace,” while King George’s “Kew Palace” was actually “Belton House.” The scene where King George and Charlotte first met, and the pre-wedding scene, was shot at “Hatfield House,” while the royal wedding took place at “Merton College.”

The location where Lady Agatha and Lord Ledger spent time together was shot at “Waddesdon Manor,” and the first ball of the season was filmed at “Bath Assembly Rooms.” St. James Palace was shot at “Wilton House,” while the Danbury family cottage scene was filmed at “Dorney Court.” Dr. John Monro’s first appearance was shot at “The Queen’s House.”

These are the various amazing locations where the whole series was filmed in the UK. If you have any queries, feel free to ask in the comment section.



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