By Sam Cohen/Sept. 10, 2021 12:48 pm EDT
Even Lady Whistledown herself couldn’t find fault in this exciting news regarding “Bridgerton” hunk Regé-Jean Page. The former Duke of Hastings has lined up a dream-worthy project (literally!) that will have fans of the Netflix series sleeping more soundly than ever. Page has been recruited by the meditation app Calm to read a relaxing new bedtime story designed to lull listeners into a deep slumber with his soothing cadence. Page joins a star-studded list of artists like Cillian Murphy, Harry Styles, Matthew McConaughey, and Idris Elba who have each read their own tale for the app’s dedicated users (via Mashable).
According to an announcement on Mashable, Page is reading a story titled “The Prince and the Naturalist.” The bedtime tale follows a “naturalist and his royal pupil [as they] discover the wisdom of nature,” per the description on the Calm app. Since the “Bridgerton” heartthrob is an English native, his charming accent is sure to make the experience even more inviting.
Here's what Regé-Jean Page thinks of working with Calm
When Calm announced that Regé-Jean Page would be narrating their new bedtime sleep story, fans were interested in hearing what the actor had to say about the project. In a statement acquired by Mashable, the 31-year-old said, “I know how valuable relaxation is for us all, especially in trying times, so I couldn’t be more glad to lend my voice to a Sleep Story.”
As reported by Glamour, “The Prince and the Naturalist” is a 32-minute tale written by author Victoria Gosling. If you’ve never used the Calm app before, new listeners can sign up for a seven-day free trial where you’ll gain access to Page’s story among numerous others. Once your trial has ended, there’s a $70 fee for a yearly membership to the app, which is worth the investment if you find yourself sleeping more soundly thanks to the dashing Duke of Hastings.
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