Bridgerton's Duke of Hastings' spoon is now on Instagram

You can now officially follow the Duke's iconic silver spoon

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If there's one thing sexier than Bridgerton's Duke of Hastings, it may just be his signature silver spoon. Viewers of the hit Netflix series have been fawning over the heartthrob character, played by Regé-Jean Page (opens in new tab), since he graced our screens last month. 

And if the best Bridgerton memes (opens in new tab) weren't enough, we can now get a taste of this seductive bad boy at the click of a button with the arrival of Bridgerton fans' latest Instagram account, "The Duke's Spoon".

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The account was made by journalist Billie Bhatia, who also set up 'Connell's Chain', a page dedicated to the necklace of Normal People's Connell Waldron. The obsession with his jewellery was so intense that the page has racked up over 178,000 followers since its creation last May. 

And if this success is anything to go by, it looks like "The Duke's Spoon" may be the next silver accessory to go viral.

The account's tagline reads: "My spoon, my eyebrow, my cravat and my (fruit emoji)" and already has four photos of the Duke to enjoy, including a series of Instagram stories celebrating its early media attention. 

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Bhatia introduced the account as a "space dedicated not only to tempting cutlery, but charming cravats (preferably loosened), sculpted abdomens and the raised eyebrow to end all raised eyebrows". 

The page has amounted 3,766 followers, with each post receiving hundreds of likes. Mild frustrations were aired on the initial three images, which failed to fulfil the fans' desires for a shot of the Duke with his trustee silverware. 

However, they didn't have long to wait - their wishes were met yesterday when a clip of the Duke and the spoon in action was posted. 

"The money shot!", one follower commented, while another wrote: "Wet floor sign needed." 

We're willing to bet it won't be long before that spoon is all over our Instagram feeds - and we're ready to lap it up. 

Emma is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. She covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health or lifestyle story. When she's not reporting on the British monarchy and A-list celebs, you can find her whipping up vegan treats and running the roads to cheesy '90s pop music...but not at the same time, obviously.