To Honour Jacqueline Avant’s Tragic Memory, Queen Charlotte Dedicates An Episode

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A special benefactor who served as inspiration for Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story was honored during the show’s premiere. A memorial sign honoring the deceased Jacqueline Avant, who died in an apartment assault burglary at her Beverly Hills, California, residence in 2021, was seen in the initial episode of  Netflix TV.

Although Avant, 81, had no involvement in the show’s production, co-CEO of Netflix Ted Sarandos, who has tied the knot with Nicole- daughter of Avant, claimed that the late billionaire was the series’ original inspiration. Sarandos’ preferred historic character is Mecklenburg-Strelitz’s, Queen Charlotte.

Netflix Document Honoring Queen Charlotte

Avant was prompted by Jacquie to create a Netflix documentary honoring Queen Charlotte. Queen Charlotte brought books and letters with her when she left. Jacquie’s story ought to be told in a movie or TV show by Shonda Rhimes. Bridgerton was added to Netflix with Rhimes’ assistance.

Avant, unfortunately, passed away before witnessing the outcome. She died of a gunshot wound at her Beverly Hills home during an apartment invasion heist late in 2021 November. Shonda has created something spectacular by dedicating the show to Jacqueline Avant. Queen Charlotte, he added, was a tale about a queen, influenced by the queen.

Avant was well-known for his charitable activities in the Los Angeles area and among the Black community. He also planned events to collect money for childcare services. According to the Los Angeles Times, she served on numerous non-profit boards, including that for UCLA International Student Centre, the National Organisation for Entertainment of Women branch, as well as  Neighbours of Watts.