Bridgerton season 2 is gracing our screens later this month and although we won't be seeing our favourite Duke of Hastings played by Regé-Jean Page, we will be seeing Viscount Anthony Bridgerton find love.
I fully expect to be hooked to my Netflix account on March 25 just like I was when the first season came out and wishing I could walk through the screen and experience it for myself.
Well, that last bit might be easier than you'd think.
A good portion of Bridgerton was filmed in the picturesque Bath, and if you're eager to walk the very same streets as Daphne and the dreamy Duke then you can actually take a visit to see all of the filming locations with an expert tour guide.
You can take a two hour stroll with an expert from Brit Movie Tours who will talk you through the areas you'll no doubt recognise from your TV.
If you're a particularly fond of music then there's the Bath Adventures’ Bridgerton Sights & Music Tour. You’ll be given over-ear headphones to serve as a guide takes through Bath, sharing locations, behind-the-scenes gossip and music from the show.
If you've got a bit more of a budget then you and your friends can hire a private tour just for you at £150 per group (if there's quite a few of you then this becomes quite affordable).
You'll be led by a Blue Badge Tourist Guide with solid knowledge of the city, and can even see some spots from other films.
Once you've finished soaking up the filming locations it's time to settle in to your home for the weekend and there are a number of hotels offering Bridgerton themed packages.
The Francis Hotel offers a ' Step Into Bridgerton ' package which includes bed & breakfast, a Bridgerton-themed afternoon tea which is the perfect spot to throw on a pretty floral dress - when I visited the Francis I wore this dress from ISAWITFIRST and everyone insisted it reminded them of Bridgerton.
The package starts at £227pn with two guests sharing and includes a cocktail on arrival, in-room gifts and location tour tickets.
If you're driving to Bath and need parking then there's a great package at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa.
They have a ' Promenade Like A Bridgerton ' package that starts with a valet service to whisk away your vehicle.
The package includes two nights in one of their rooms or suites, a Taittinger Champagne afternoon tea that would go down a treat with the show's Queen Charlotte.
There's a private tour with Curious Strolls where your guides get dressed up in regency style, you can even rent out your own costumes and fully immerse yourself.
Eagle-eyed viewers will be eager to know you can stop for a bite to eat at the site of Modiste, which fans will remember as the dress shop Viscount Anthony's season one sweetheart made her living in.
Tucked behind the Roman baths you can visit The Abbey Deli on Abbey Green with it's iconic windows.
You can grab lunch, brunch or afternoon tea and keep your eyes out for 'Modiste' branded items while you're there.
Bath is the perfect destination for Bridgerton fans, but if you're in London and not able to get there then you don't have to miss out.
For this month only Secret Cinema is doing a Bridgerton Ball exclusive event so you can channel your inner Regency life.