Page Six at the ATX TV Festival in June: “Francesca’s book is like a complete mix of the both [steamy and tortured].”“I’m, like, a massive fan of ‘Bridgerton,’ so I’m like, ‘Bring on the steaminess,’ but then I’m like, ‘I don’t want to do that.’ I want it for the people who watch it, but to actually do it is quite scary,” she gushed.The “Flowers in the Attic: The Origin” star also revealed that she’s prepared to film the show this summer, however, she may not be ready for the fame that comes with being on a Netflix series as popular as “Bridgerton.”“I knew it was a big deal, it was a massive deal for me, but the day the announcement came out, I wasn’t expecting that,” she said.
Her casting was reported this past May.“Weirdly, the pilot recognized me on our flight from London [to ATX TV Festival], which is really bizarre,” she said, adding, “I just go red.
I can’t deal with it. I don’t know what to say. I don’t know how to handle those situations.”Netflix said in a statement at the time: “Francesca Bridgerton is a bit of a mystery within her chatty, extroverted family.Read more on nypost.com