From this, we all know that Edwina has married Mr Bagwell. He’s a scholar, specialising in archaeology and is barely a ‘second son’, which means he isn’t in line to inherit the majority of his father’s property.
Within the epilogue itself, Anthony and Kate are at residence, preparing for mattress the day after the get together, which is his precise birthday. The glimpse of their life exhibits clearly their ardour for one another has not diminished as they determine to have a good time him outliving his father between the sheets.
The second epilogue options in Quinn’s brief story assortment, The Bridgertons: Fortunately Ever After, and picks up their story fifteen years after their marriage, in 1829.