Kim Kardashian West fangirls over ‘Bridgerton’s’ Featheringtons being inspired by her family

A couple of weeks back, the truth star/mogul shared on her validated Instagram account that she was binge-watching the popular Netflix historic series.

Like numerous other audiences, she liked it.

So Kardashian West lost it a bit when Nicola Coughlan, who plays Penelope Featherington on the program, tweeted that there was a Kardashian connection.

“As the world’s number one @bridgerton Stan does @KimKardashian know that the Kardashians were a massive inspiration for the Featheringtons and we talked about them all the time during our fittings,” Coughlan tweeted. “Because I feel like she should know this.”

It’s uncertain if Coughlan implied that she and her costars who played the Featherington household were motivated by the well-known household, considered that the book “Bridgerton’s” very first season is based upon, Julia Quinn’s “The Duke and I,” was released in 2000 while “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” debuted in 2007.

Regardless, Kardashian West retweeted Coughlan and stated she was “freaking out.”

“This tweet was sent to me on my @bridgerton group chat! Can I please come to a fitting?!?!,” Kardashian West reacted. “It would make my whole life!!!!!! I love you Lady W!!!”

Coughlan approved that (though we believe manufacturer Shonda Rhimes has the last word) and exposed another “Bridgerton”/Kardashian connection.

“Omg yesss of course we would love to have you!” Coughlan tweeted. “Also did you know that Mr Pearl made your corset for the Met Gala and the very next one he made was mine for Bridgerton? You’ve been part of the Bridgerton world for longer than you know!”

The Regency-era series is understood for its nod to contemporary life, consisting of the addition of classical covers of tunes by present artists like Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift.

Dear reader, we will keep you informed regarding whether a Kardashian West “Bridgerton” cameo does certainly occur, considered that season 2 is coming.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.