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Speaking to TV Guide, he said: “I'm not sure I believe in paradise. I know that the romance genre generally does — part of the deal is that you get a happy ending.”
Regé-Jean continued: “But as far as continuing to explore characters, I think that love is an evolving thing. It's a living, breathing thing that needs tending, that needs looking after, that needs mending when it gets worn or torn."
And he hinted at there being turmoil for his character.
"They get married very young. They still have a lot of growing to do. They have a lot to do, and I think it'll always be fun to watch them do that together,” he added.
For anyone who has not yet watched the show, Daphne and Simon's fake courtship blossomed into a scandalous affair. And although they admitted their love for each other in the fifth episode of the new series, their relationship was not without its fair share of hardships.
Viewers have already been hit by Daphne’s shocking reaction to Simon’s confession that he was unable to have children.
Exposing his aim to prevent her pregnancy after making a spiteful promise to his neglectful father, Daphne forces his hand in the bedroom to ensure he stays put at the critical moment - in what has been Bridgerton's most controversial scene.
Thankfully, the pair reconcile upon the birth of their first child, but the event has nevertheless hung a shadow over the marriage which could be one possible continuation should Bridgerton return.