The same Netflix show Bridgerton has revealed that it has needed the help of an intimacy coordinator for the racy scenes in the drama. Now, the same coordinator has revealed the behind-the-scenes details that went into creating such scenes.
During an interview with CNN, Bridgerton’s intimacy coordinator Elizabeth Talbot spoke of how difficult it was to organize all the intimate montages that the actors had to do.
Talbot was talking about the intimate three-minute montage that should have been done between the actors Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page, in addition to having the consent of both for those scenes.
Now, for season 2 of Bridgerton we will not see any more exciting scenes between Dynevor and Page, due to the actor leaving the show unexpectedly.
However, the second installment seems to be a bit focused on Jonathan Bailey, who played Anthony Bridgerton, who also had several intimate scenes throughout the first season.
Intimate scenes before filming is incredibly important work, it turns out that Elizabeth Talbot and others who work as intimacy coordinators are also on hold while the scene is being filmed, so that the actors could think about it and come to them if they are willing to do so or change your mind.