These Queen Charlotte actresses are serving looks (on and off the screen)

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We’ve all been loving Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. The drama, the romance, the glamor, the costumes and of course, the hairstyles. It’s undeniable, the Black and biracial female cast members have been serving looks and it’s all we can think about! Since its release in early May the Netflix and Shondaland production has claimed its place as the most popular show across the UK and the USA, and amassed almost 60 million viewing hours in its second week. Queen Charlotte is the prequel to the Netflix smash hit Bridgerton and follows the life of a young Queen Charlotte. 

In keeping with the Queen Charlotte mania the world has been going through, we’ve found our favorite looks from Golda Rosheuvel, India Ria, Amarteifio Arsema Thomas and Adjoa Andoh. Keep scrolling to check out our favorite hairstyles from these stunning actresses, on and off the screen.  

Golda Rosheuvel

This seasoned British-Guyanese actress plays the older Queen Charlotte in the Bridgerton season one and two as well as in Queen Charlotte. Like most of the female cast in Bridgerton, her hair is piled high onto her head in a style reminiscent of 18th century glamor. In the real world she’s not afraid to sport her natural hair and her hairstyles are usually daring and brave. 

India Ria Amarteifio

Twenty one  year old India portrays the younger Queen Charlotte. On the show her hair is big and bold with her afro proudly framing her face. On the red carpet or on a magazine shoot, this girl loves a good protective style and you often see her with long, luscious box braids

Adjoa Andoh

A matriarch in the world of acting, Adjoa has credits both on stage and on screen. In Bridgerton and in Queen Charlotte she portrays the exquisite Lady Agatha Danbury whose hairstyles are a little more understated and simple compared to her counterparts. In her real life Adjoa’s look is even more relaxed— cool, short and shaved. 

Arsema Thomas

Twenty eight year old American actress Arsema takes on the role of the younger Lady Danbury in Queen Charlotte. On the show her hair is a statement: curls piled high on top of her head. On a day-to-day basis Arsema comes across as experimental with her fro, rocking a mix of protective styles, her natural hair and some avant-garde looks.

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Kristen Bingle
Kristen Bingle

I've been natural since 2014. Since then I've been obsessed with watching hair tutorials and learning more about how to keep my hair healthy — and sharing that with others. I'm based in London, work in Marketing and love herbal tea.

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