We are so happy to share this news with you, Dear Readers. 

The long-awaited second season of Bridgerton—starring Phoebe Dynevor, Jonathan Bailey and Sex Education‘s Simone Ashley, who’s new this season—premieres March 25. Ahead of the debut, Bailey—who plays the oldest Bridgerton brother, Anthony—spilled the English breakfast tea on the steamy sex scenes that fans of the Regency Era drama know love. 

Bailey told The Sunday Times on March 13 that “the B word” as he calls it, is all about “sex, sex, sex.” But this season, he is in for more than just sex as he finds his match in Kate Sharma (Ashley)—the main character of Julia Quinn‘s The Viscount Who Lovingly Loved MeThe second volume in the Fiction Series is titled. BridgertonBased on.

The “female gaze” is what makes this series unique, he explained. He also added that intimacy coordinators are on stand-by, “so no one goes into a scene quaking, worrying about how it will go—if you are concerned you can talk to them.”