Bridgerton actor Ben Miller has warned viewers concerning the ‘saucy’ intercourse scenes within the anticipated interval drama and jokes that writer Jane Austen ‘wouldn’t approve’.
The Dying In Paradise actor performs Lord Featherington within the collection, which hits Netflix on Christmas Day and follows eight siblings within the Bridgerton household looking for love within the Regency period.
Early reviews have teased the raunchy scenes with the ladies proudly owning their sexuality regardless of the occasions.
Addressing the steamy moments, Ben mentioned on Good Morning Britain: ‘It’s a little bit bit saucy, I don’t know that Jane Austin would approve.’
The 54-year-old actor revealed that they completed filming the collection in January and have been unaffected by the coronavirus outbreak which grew to become broadly recognized in March.
Teasing what viewers can anticipate from Bridgerton, Ben revealed: ‘The set itself was extraordinary, there have been a whole lot of individuals on set. It was like being in Regency London
‘We went to probably the most unbelievable areas. My home on the present is in Tub Crescent. It’s completely lovely.
Ben Miller performs Lord Featherington in Bridgerton (Image: NICK BRIGGS/NETFLIX)
‘I really like the ambition of the filmmakers… it’s extraordinary. You’ll be very pleased with how england appears to be like on this present.’
Ben has simply completed filming one other present for ITV and shared his aid that they have been in a position to get via with none points with Covid-19.
‘We filmed for 10 weeks, we have been examined continuously for coronavirus. We made it via all the way in which, no person acquired coronavirus,’ he mentioned.
It’s protected to say there have been no Tom Cruise-esque rants about health and safety on-set however Ben understands the place the Mission: Not possible actor was coming from.
The TV star admitted: ‘I’ve quite a lot of sympathy for Tom Cruise. Individuals say it was bullying, he wasn’t speaking right down to anybody.
‘It was regarding if you’re on set and there’s lots of people there, you’ve acquired to observe the foundations and should you don’t you can get in deep trouble.’
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.
Bridgerton arrives on Netflix on Christmas Day.