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44 Royalcore-Aesthetic Pictures That Are Giving Us Major Bridgerton Vibes

Haley Lyndes

If you're obsessed with Netflix's hit TV show Bridgerton or simply adore the romanticized style of Great Britain and Ireland's Regency Era - a nine-year span of time in the early 1800s that followed the reign of King George III - you probably love (or will love) the royalcore aesthetic. Based on western European royalty, you can imagine the look of royalcore to include lots of princesses, crowns, castles, and more. The whole style of this elegant aesthetic will turn your days into dreamy luxury, and its whimsical look just so happens to make a great iPhone wallpaper or desktop background. If you're interested in the majestic look that this aesthetic has to offer, dive into the past with the gorgeous photos ahead.

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