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The Gray Areas Of Bridgerton: Ranking The Most Ethically Challenged Character

Devoted fans shared whom they thought is the most morally grey character on Bridgerton. *This article contains spoilers for Seasons 1 and 2 of Bridegrton*

Penelope And Portia

“My first thought was Pen, but I think Portia is actually greyer. She’s done worse and felt little (no?) remorse, but I do think her primary goal is protecting herself and her family, with the few tools available to women."

Portia

“Portia, hands down. She literally committed illegal acts and stole from her neighbors…but she was also trying to save her daughters from being destitute,”

“It is Pen. Portia acts for the preservation of her young ladies, Pen acts to bolster her own self-esteem,”

Penelope

The Queen And Lady Danbury

“Probably the Queen or Lady Danbury. The Queen stirs stuff up because she doesn’t want to be bored. Lady Danbury is pretty sheisty as she moves pieces to the proper spot on her gameboard as well. I think she is my favorite.”

I get that she’s probably a product of her parenting (her mum and dad are pretty sleazy) but she’s like the mean girl of the ton. She’s a bully, she’s manipulative, she’s opportunistic, etc.

Cressida Cowper

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