East African Stars Shine At The Netflix Premiere Of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story 

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By Magdalene Nzembi

Netflix hosted the premiere of Shondaland’s Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story in Stellenbosch, South Africa on Sunday, April 16th, 2023.

In the beautiful surroundings of the Quoin Rock Wine Lounge, the African Ton—a glittering assortment of stars from Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, and South Africa—brilliantly recreated the concept of “A High-Society Bridgerton Garden Party, with a hint of Afro chic.”

Azziad Nasenya, Mammito Eunice, Joy Kendi, Nikita Kering, from Kenya, Catherine Kamau, and Idris Sultan from Tanzania were among the distinguished guests invited to the exclusive gathering, where they were joined by accomplished actress Golda Rosheuvel, who plays Queen Charlotte, and rising star Arsema Thomas, who plays the young Lady Danbury.

L-R_ Joy Kendi, Catherine Kamau-Karanja, Golda Rosheuvel, Idris Sultan, Arsema Thomas, Azziad Nasenya, Mammito Eunice

Fans of the original series are anxiously anticipating the publication of the previous spin-off, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, as it promises to be an interesting addition to the Bridgerton universe.


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One of the most intriguing characters from the first series, Queen Charlotte, will be the subject of the new one. As with its predecessor, it promises to be equally absorbing and captivating.

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, premieres worldwide on May 4, 2023, only on Netflix.

Kenyan celebrities have in the past been condemned for not making effort in their dress code while showing up for high-profile red-carpet events,Thus the The Kenyan celebrities brought their A-game to match the theme of the royal show.

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