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Netflix releases video warning Queen Charlotte viewers of saucy sex scenes to skip if watching with their parents
The streaming platform took to its official Twitter to inform viewers of what scenes to skip if they were watching with their parents.
The new miniseries - which premiered on May 4 - contains many hot and steamy scenes to rival those in the original show, Bridgerton.
And Netflix has helpfully created a guide for fans of all the timings of every sex scene in the show.
They captioned it: 'A quickie guide to the Queen Charlotte scenes to skip past if you're watching with your parents'.
Among them were two separate sex scenes in the second episode, two in episode three, one in episode five and one in episode six.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story focuses on the titular monarch's rise to power and prominence in her early days of reigning as the Queen of the United Kingdom.
The show consists of past and present plotlines interwoven to tell her story.
The one in present Bridgerton is set in 1817 and follows the aftermath of the death of the royal heir, Princess Charlotte.
While grieving, the Queen — played by Golda Rosheuvel — pressures her children to marry and produce another royal heir.
The other storyline — set even before that in 1761 — tells of the marriage between a young Queen Charlotte — played by India Ria Amarteifio — and King George III.
The spin-off, according to the synopsis, 'dives into the past as it explores the monarch's long marriage to the king' as well as 'the way her racial identity affects her experience and her country'.
The series also touches on how the queen compassionately dealt with the king's mental illness and descent into madness.
The story also explores her early relationship with her dear friend Lady Agatha Danbury — a character from the Bridgerton-verse played by Adjoa Andoh.
The spinoff will also tell the story of a young Violet Bridgerton — the matriarch of the eight-sibling family from the original series.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story had a huge opening week since being released on Netflix.
The Bridgerton prequel spin-off has already received critical acclaim and drew in 148.28 million hours of viewing across the world in the first four days.
The limited-run drama series, created by Shonda Rhimes, was ranked as the number one most-viewed show among all titles on the streaming platform for the past week.
According to the Hollwood Reporters, Queen Charlotte was not only ranked top 10 in 91 countries but was also ranked as number one in 76 of those locations.
The six-episode miniseries has brought in the fourth best opening week for the streaming giant this year.
The first season of Bridgerton debuted in December 2020 and reached comparable critical acclaim.
Due to the raving reviews, the sophomore segment was quickly green-lit and was released in March 2022.
The steamy period drama will soon return for its third season, but a release date has not yet been announced.