In Bridgerton quickly after Marina’s (Ruby Barker) arrival, Lady Featherington (Polly Walker) finds Marina is pregnant and just after Marina refuses to marry does she recognize how desperate her circumstance has actually become.
Bridgerton then foreshadows Marina’s (Ruby Barker) fate in Julia Quinn’s novel To Sir Phillip, With Love, when Marina brews toxic juniper tea that could end her life.
Given that Bridgerton has currently changed the character of Marina (Ruby Barker) a lot, the program needs to provide her a various story. Marina was a main character in the first installment as Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) or Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel).
Reverting Marina’s character in Bridgerton to filler status would be an enormous mistake for the show, not to discuss a substantial waste of actress Ruby Barker’s skill.
Bridgerton needs to change Marina’s story going forward in a way that admires the character Marina has actually ended up being, who could extremely well be a totally brand-new character, completely unique and unique from the book.
There are lots of ways Bridgerton could give Marina a much better story than having her all of a sudden die so that she runs out the way for Phillip and Eloise to fall in love with her.
Phillip could decide not to marry Marina, however continue to support her financially, or they could marry briefly and after that separate after the birth of Marina’s boy in Bridgerton.
Of course, it’s also possible that the Bridgerton showrunners have actually already written a different story for Marina as production on Bridgerton season 2 is set up to begin this spring.