The best Bridgerton memes will tide you over until season 2 hits

These Bridgerton memes will have you reminiscing about a certain Duke and his spoon...

CLAUDIA JESSIE as ELOISE BRIDGERTON in episode 101 of BRIDGERTON
(Image credit: LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX © 2020)

Funny Bridgerton memes hit our timeline ever since we were first introduced to the Duke, and now they're the only thing keeping us going until season 2 of our favorite Regency-era series drops.

Funny Bridgerton memes hit our timeline not long after the show dropped on Christmas Day last year, and now they're the only thing keeping us going until Bridgerton season 2 drops. The Duke & I, focusing on Daphne (played by Phoebe Dynevor), the eldest daughter of the high society family the Bridgertons. Young and naive, she steps into the marriage market and finds love with the Duke of Hastings (played by the dreamy Regé-Jean Page), but it doesn't come without complications and toxicity along the way, of course. 

Fans (including us) were instantly hooked on the Gossip Girl-esque regency drama set in 1815 thanks to not only the handsome Duke (he can lick our spoon any day) but the juicy plot points, fabulous costumes, and the incredible Bridgerton cast. And naturally, the memes haven't stopped. 

From sexual innuendoes and the hilarious modern-day takes on the Duke and Daphne's relationship to jokes about Lady Whistledown and endless comparisons to Gossip Girl, here are some of the funniest Bridgerton memes online... 

The best Bridgerton memes on the internet

1. Simon and the spoon

If you ask us, the spoon should have its own mention as a supporting actor in the credits because that scene is engraved in our brains, after all, it even has its own Instagram page—created by the brains behind the infamous Connell's Chain Instagram account, should you care. 

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2. Those Gossip Girl comparisons

Yes, we know—the whole Lady Whistledown drama reminds us of a certain Dan Humphrey...

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3. The great Eloise Bridgerton

While we're thankful for the Duke and his spoon, the true gift in Bridgerton was Eloise and her feminist remarks. What a legend.

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4. The many examples of toxic masculinity 

Seriously, all these guys could really use with some therapy—daddy issues much?

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5. And the chronicles of our collective obsession

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Sagal Mohammed
Sagal Mohammed

Sagal is a journalist, specialising in lifestyle, pop culture, fashion and beauty.  She has written for a number of publications including Vogue, Glamour, Stylist, Evening Standard, Bustle, You Magazine, Dazed and Wonderland to name a few.