Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story has series' most outrageous sex yet – with public romps and scandalous affairs | The Sun

QUEEN Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is jam packed with the show’s most outrageous sex scenes yet.

While the debut series delighted fans with saucy moments between leads Rege Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor, the second outing failed to get pulses racing with little action until the final episode. 

But the new prequel, which explores how Charlotte first meets and marries King George, is a sizzling return to form.

There are more than 20 sex scenes, with one eye-popping session between the royals conducted in public, on the banqueting table during dinner in front of the palace’s servants. 

Another spicy scene sees Charlotte, played by newcomer India Amarteifio climb on top of George (Corey Mylchreest) while he is in the bath for a wet and wild ride. 

The spin-off also features the franchise’s first ever gay love affair – with the very first sex scene being between two men. 

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Coming 12 minutes into episode two, the King and Queen’s dedicated servants romp while their masters chat in George’s observatory.

The progressive move delighted fans of the show, with one saying: "There’s a hot gay scene."

Another said: "I’m only on episode 3 and there has been more sex than both seasons of Bridgeton combined."

A third remarked: "This s*** got me sweating."

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While a fourth commented alongside a gif of someone saying 'Right in front of my salad?': "The servants when Charlotte and George started f***ing during the dinner."

Elsewhere, there is also a shocking marital affair between a major character and her best friend’s father. 

The action in the new series, which landed on Netflix today, flashes back and forth to see Charlotte, Lady Danbury and Violet Bridgerton as fans know them now as the Ton’s matriarchs, with younger actors called in to play them in their youth.

Golda Rosheuvel, Adjoa Andoh and Ruth Gemmell return as the Queen, Danbury and Bridgeton, with India Amarteifio as young Charlotte and Arsema Thomas as young Agatha. 

Elsewhere the new six-parter crams in harrowing scenes of torture in a plotline exploring the madness of King George, plus an interesting take on the real life history of George III and societal changes during his reign.

Makers Shondaland give a disclaimer at the start of the show. 

Lady Whistledown narrator Julie Andrew says: “This is the story of Queen Charlotte. It is not a history lesson, it is fiction inspired by fact

“All liberties taken by the author are quite intentional.”

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