Rupert has appeared at the Rainbow Trust’s Christmas carol concert before, and it’s great to see he was there again on 1 December 2022. I have no further details of his performance or anything, but found this delightful photo of him by Jon Buttle-Smith on Instagram, as well as a group photo with his fellow celebrities.
An interview by Calum Russell in response to Bridgerton’s second season.
Read the full interview on faroutmagazine.co.uk.
Do you think there’s a reason behind Bridgerton’s success?
It’s something that everyone can watch and it’s easy to follow, you’re interested in all the characters. People are represented on the screen, it just seems like a glamorous, joyous time and a celebration of people. I think it took everyone by surprise how popular it was, but it just shows that people deep down love a great love story and love that kind of period.
Photo used without permission but with enthusiastic thanks to Mark Cant for the 1883 magazine.
An interview by Mira Postolache for the rather provocatively named Fucking Young! magazine…
You can read the full interview on fuckingyoung.es.
A letter to your FUTURE self. What would you write?
Do not overthink. Try new things constantly. Do not be afraid of failing. Don’t procrastinate. Don’t worry about what others think of you. Don’t put off anything. Let go of things you have no control over.
Interview by Vanesa Miraglia with Rupert – featuring more lovely photos by Mark Cant, with Rupert styled by Ellie Witt.
Find the interview on viewties.co.uk.
We’re very honoured to sit down with the fantastic Rupert Young to talk about his brilliant performance as Jack, the handsome but mysterious addition to the Featherington family in the phenomenally successful Netflix period drama, Bridgerton.
Tom Hopper (Percival in BBC Merlin) shared this photo on meeting up with Rupert.
Always a delight to see my brother @rupertfyoung
The faces we made in the background of every episode of Merlin. The moneymaker. The goat. The “I’m a hard knight…honestly” face.
Interview by Dora Davies-Evitt for Tatler, about Bridgerton’s second season.
Find the interview on tatler.com.
The new star of Bridgerton season 2: Rupert Young is everything a period-drama sensation should be
The handsome addition is far from his cold and calculated character of Lord Jack Featherington
Interview by Sydney Bolen with Rupert about Bridgerton’s second season – featuring some truly delightful photos by Mark Cant, with Rupert styled by Ellie Witt.
Find the interview on 1883magazine.com. (This was published for their April issue, but I can’t find an exact date.)
Rupert Young’s empathic sensibilities coupled with his talent create authentic and compelling portrayals of easily disliked characters.