The fights between Edwina and Kate and Penelope and Eloise are some of the most painful moments in Bridgerton Season 2.
In honor of Kate and Anthony Week, we’re here to celebrate all the ways in which Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey are perfectly cast.
Bridgerton’s second season features some of the best Kate and Anthony moments and we’ve compiled a list of our favorites.
Scene Breakdown: Passing Down Memories and Honest Conversations Between Anthony and Gregory in ‘Bridgerton’
Anthony and Gregory Bridgerton share a moment of vulnerability to remember their late father Edmund in the Season 2 finale.
Kate and Anthony first dance in Bridgerton’s “Victory” is the type of magical number that brings overwhelming emotions to the surface.
Kate and Anthony’s “Wrecking Ball” dance in Bridgerton’s “The Viscount Who Loved Me” encapsulates all of their adoration beautifully.
In “Off to the Races” Benedict Bridgerton teaches his brother Anthony poetry and we’ve got thoughts about how it represents the character.
Bridgerton 2×08 “The Viscount Who Loved Me” finally allows us moments of bliss with the series’ core couple, Kate and Anthony.
Bridgerton’s “Harmony” includes one of the most heartwarming moments of the entire series and we finally get closer to the core love story.
Bridgerton’s “The Choice” is crushing in more ways than one, taking things too far with a wedding that should’ve never even been hinted at.
Bridgerton’s “An Unthinkable Fate” gives us a horrifically awkward family dinner, questionable choices, and wedding planning.
Bridgerton’s “Victory” ends with the kind of proposal none of us wanted to see, but there’s good still.
Kate Sharma and Anthony Bridgerton’s relationship is a love match unlike any other, proving that there’s strength and healing in vulnerability.
Bridgerton’s “A Bee in Your Bonnet” takes us through Aubrey Hall and the unruly viciously brilliant game of Pall Mall.
The Bridgerton family dance in “Harmony” puts Hyacinth and Gregory front and center allowing everyone to celebrate with a moment of joy.
Bridgerton’s “Off to the Races” shows that Anthony Bridgerton has absolutely no chill and Kate Sharma’s still the best.