Raunchy period drama Bridgerton will return for a second, third and fourth series, it has been confirmed.

Netflix’s most successful original series will begin filming its second season in the UK this spring.

While most fans eagerly await details of the cast, storyline and love triangles ahead of the show’s release, some are speculating over potential filming locations. 

Though season one mostly set in London, various backdrops – including Bath and Hertfordshire – were used to capture the Regency era drama.

However, the capital is full of history and has tonnes of excellent locations for shooting season two.

Here are some regal spots that are a perfect fit for future episodes of Bridgerton.

Ham House, Richmond

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This stately 17th Century mansion presides over the banks of the River Thames in Richmond.

It is the creation of the Duchess of Lauderdale and her husband, the Duke, who transformed Ham into one of the grandest Stuart houses in England.

The estate is internationally recognised for its varied collection of paintings, furniture and textiles, which were acquired 400 years ago.

Osterley Park, Isleworth  

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Once dubbed ‘the palace of all palaces’ this estate would be a perfect fit for an aristocratic residence.

Straddling the boroughs of Ealing and Hounslow, the spectacular mansion is surrounded by gardens, park and farmland.

Created in the late 18th Century by Robert Adam for the Child family to entertain and impress their friends and clients, it’s a real retreat from city life.

Ranger’s House, Greenwich

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The Ranger's House in Greenwich, south east London, has already been used in the show as the residence of the title family, the Bridgertons.

The Grade I listed house backs directly onto Greenwich Park and was once the official residence of the Ranger of the park by royal appointment, but today it is a museum housing a world-class art collection.

In the show, the exterior of the gorgeous Georgian villa is shown covered with wisteria plants, featured in several dramatic scenes.

Hampton Court Palace, Richmond

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Perhaps the grandest residence spotlighted in the show is Queen Charlotte's Residence.

It boasts tennis courts, a kitchen large enough for 800 and its own ice rink in the winter.

Eagle-eyed viewers may have noticed this is actually Hampton Court Palace, located in Richmond upon Thames.

The Grade I listed building is really fit for royalty and was built in 1515 for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, the chief minister of King Henry VIII.

Along with St James' Palace, it is one of only two surviving palaces out of the many the king owned.

Hampton Court is currently in the possession of Queen Elizabeth II and the Crown.

Nonsuch Mansion, Sutton

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The Georgian gem is set in manicured grounds on the east side of Nonsuch Park.

The original building dates from the late 18th century and was designed to recreate Henry VIII’s former Nonsuch Palace.

It is a popular wedding venue, complete with sweeping staterooms, striking parapets and pretty gardens.

Morden Hall Park, Merton

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Known for its wildlife and iconic white bridge, Morden Hall Park is a great spot for outdoor filming.

The park sits in the middle of the Wandle Trail which follows the route of the River Wandle from Croydon to Wandsworth.

Some of the surviving estate buildings and facades are used as workshops by local craftspeople and artisans. 

Carew Academy, Sutton

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This grand manor house is situated at the edge of Beddington Park, in Wallington.

The building and grounds are rich in Tudor history as generations of the Carew family were in residence on the estate for over four hundred years.

The owner of the house was the cousin of Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII is said to have spent several days visiting the manor during their courtship.

It is now a school for children with additional learning needs.

Lancaster House, West End

Featured in season one’s seedier moments is west London's Lancaster House, or in Bridgerton, The Gentlemen's Club.

The historical house is steeped in political history and is now managed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Everything from international summits to shows and receptions during London Fashion Week have been hosted here.

The popular filming location has already featured in Downton Abbey and The King's Speech.