NETFLIX'S Bridgerton fans have been left stunned by its leading man's resemblance to Geordie Shore's Nathan Henry and insist they are twins.
Duke Simon Basset is played by British actor Regé-Jean Page in the streaming service's hit period drama.
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Fans have been left swooning over the 31-year-old's dashing good looks, while some couldn't help but notice how similar he looked to reality star Nathan, 29.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer wrote: "the duke of hastings reminds me of nathan from geordie shore."
Another added: "Anna saying the duke from bridgerton looks like Nathan from geordie shore has abso finished me off but also can’t unsee it."
A third agreed, writing: "I thought Nathan from Geordie shore was the Duke in bridgerton wtf twin chat."
Bridgerton fans have also messaged Nathan directly about the uncanny resemblance, and during an Instagram Q&A session, one wrote: "Have you watched Bridgerton? The Duke reminds me of you!"
Lying on his bed, Nathan- who has been part of the Geordie Shore cast since 2015 – replied: "There's so many of these in my inbox, is it the Duke of Hastings or something?
"Everyone keeps saying that I look like, I don't even know what this programme is but I'm going to have to watch it."
Meanwhile, Bridgerton viewers have been left swooning over Regé-Jean as the Duke, particularly one scene of him seductively licking a spoon.
Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "#2020 got me wishing I was a spoon."
Another tweeted: "Daphne watching Simon lick that spoon… Same sis… Same."
A third added: "The Duke. The spoon. If you know, you know."
Bridgerton is available on Netflix now.
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