Queen Charlotte'S Buckingham House & George'S Kew Palace Irl

Location Scouting Queen Charlottes Buckingham House Kew Palace In The Bridgerton Prequel

Much Like The Original Bridgerton Series Queen Charlotte Relies Heavily On Spectacular Palaces Ancestral Homes And Sprawling Historic Estates To Recreate The Opulence Of Times Long Past Learn More

Each Property Highlighted In The Bridgerton Spinoff From Queen Charlottes Palace And King Georges Kew House To The Already Familiar Danbury Estate Is A Breathtaking Piece Of Real Estate Discover More

So Naturally We Had To Track Them Down And See Which Reallife Estates Served As Filming Locations For Queen Charlotte A Bridgerton Story Learn More

01 Queen Charlottes Palace Staying True To Historic Facts The Main Royal Residence On The Show Is The Buckingham House — Which Didnt Get Its Palace Moniker Until Later On Full Story

However The Netflix Series Did Not Film Scenes On Location At The Real Buckingham Palace In London Learn More

To Recreate The Grandeur Of The Queens Official London Residence The Crew Looked To Other Magnificent Locations With A Central One Being Blenheim Palace Learn More

Blenheim Palace One Of Englands Largest Houses Located In Oxfordshire Estate Is Most Famously Recognized As The Birthplace Of Sir Winston Churchill To Obtain Further Information Please Explore

02 King Georges Kew Palace Standing In For The Kings Kew Palace In Queen Charlotte Is The Stately Belton House In Lincolnshire England Learn More