The second season of Bridgeton Recently arrived on Netflix. However, there is still a lot to be said about the dynamics of the main couple, Anthony and Kate. But one scene in particular has been causing quite a stir online and it seems like the tulips appearing in the scene with Anthony mean more than you think.
Inspired by the famous novel by Julia Quinn, Bridgeton Accompanying the time of the will of London. However, a large part of the series’ charm lies in the attention to detail, particularly the costumes and scenography.
In this way, Season 2 brought a lot of hidden references, many of which relate to Jane Austen. But one detail stood out to many viewers, as a reference to the first year of the show.
By the way, that’s exactly why Anthony brings Kate a bouquet of tulips when he visits her after she suffers a concussion in episode 8 of Bridgeton. If you are interested to know what a reference is, we will explain everything to you. (via the screen).
What does lily bouquet mean?
When we see the scene, it seems to be an explicit reference to a time Mrs. Bridgeton She told Anthony that tulips were her favorite flowers. According to her, flowers symbolize passion. Anthony has no shortage of affection for Kate.
In fact, he literally appeared with the intention of asking her to marry him. So this seems quite appropriate. However, in reality, the tulips brought by Anthony carry much more meaning than that.
we saw in Bridgeton That the character carefully chose a bouquet of tulips. The flowers are a mixture of different colors including pink, white and orange. The pink lily has historically symbolized good wishes and attachment. Orange conveys understanding and a sense of appreciation. Finally, the egg represents forgiveness.
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The union of the three colors perfectly represents your emotions at that moment. Thus, Anthony wants to say how much Kate means to him, as well as declaring his belief that they truly understand and value each other. Ultimately, this situation is an apology for the way he’s treated Kate in the past.
acting in Bridgeton It contains irony
Of course, there is a paradox at this point as well. Part of that is that Anthony’s concern, Kate, understands him better than he thinks. When he proposes, you know it was done out of a sense of duty, because he feels ashamed and, of course, brought shame on the woman he loves.
Bridgeton It is shown that Kate rejects him, and only later, when he finally suggests that he is no longer out of duty, but out of love, does she accept him then. Ironically, there is a feeling that Anthony’s proposal gives Kate another reason to have to forgive him. After all, he should have known that she really deserved more than a proposal under the circumstances.
But tulips also work in another way. In the original novel that inspired season two, The Viscount Who Loved Me, there is a pivotal scene where Anthony picks tulips from his mother’s garden and presents them to Kate as proof of his love.
As with many details in BridgetonTulips show how growers really thought of every detail. So, did you know the meaning of tulips in the series?
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