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Netflix has released a teaser trailer for Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story following the romance between Charlotte and King George.
The prequel spin-off series of Bridgerton will chart Charlotte's rise to power and pivotal marriage to the king.
Queen Charlotte will be played by India Amarteifio, with Golda Rosheuvel continuing to play the adult queen.
The clip opens with young Charlotte asking her older brother why she's been selected to marry into royalty. He tells her: 'Charlotte, there are worse fates than marrying the King of England.'
Her future mother-in-law explains her duties as a member of the royal family: 'As many babies as possible for my son.'
Coming soon: Netflix has released a teaser trailer for Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story following the romance between Charlotte and King George
Young Queen Charlotte attempts to escape by climbing a garden wall, where she meets her betrothed King George (Corey Mylchreest).
He says: 'Hello my lady, are you in need of assistance of some kind?'
To which Queen Charlotte responds: 'I am quite fine thank you, you can go back inside and wait.'
The two go back and forward, with Charlotte not willing to give up the reason she is trying to climb the wall.
It is then revealed George is the king as he announces: 'I refuse when that lady is trying to go over a wall so that she does not have to marry me.'
Though Charlotte is not set on the chosen marriage, George aims to win her over: 'I realise you have no reason to like me, but if you will give me one evening of your time, it might make you hate me a little bit less.'
Clips in the trailer show the pair getting married and sharing their first kiss, despite the uncertainty.
There is a possibility it won't all work out in the end though as Charlotte begs George to 'fight with me' and 'fight for me' after fans learn he has a giant secret.
The trailer ends with Queen Charlotte telling King George: 'It is you and me forever'
The streaming service has announced that the series will make its debut on May 4, and will be 'centered on Queen Charlotte's rise to prominence and power'.