Please enjoy these 22 beautiful photos of Bridgerton’s Duke of Hastings, Regé-Jean Page

Okay so how do I become the Duchess of Hastings?


Bridgerton on Netflix has brought us memes, a fantastic soundtrack and a whole load of shagging. And the man behind most of that shagging was the Duke of Hastings, aka Simon Basset, played by extraordinarily fit actor Regé-Jean Page.

Regé-Jean Page is 31 years old, and has previously been in series such as Roots and For The People. He is, and I cannot stress this enough, one of the most beautiful people I have ever had the pleasure of laying my eyes on. He’s so fit, in fact, that he’s somehow managed to get the whole world so incredibly horny about a spoon (yes, the piece of cutlery) that someone’s made an entire Instagram account dedicated to it. Possibly lockdown is making us all lose our minds marginally, but such is the power of one absolutely stunning man.

Here are just 22 beautiful pictures of Regé-Jean Page, which will make you wish you were that spoon from Bridgerton:

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22. And finally, the moment you’ve all been waiting for: Regé-Jean Page and the spoon

Bridgerton is available on Netflix now. For all the latest Netflix news, quizzes, drops and memes like The Holy Church of Netflix on Facebook. 

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