Daphne Bridgerton: I know why you made that vow to your father. I found the letters you wrote to him as a child, and I read them.
Simon Basset: Daphne...
Daphne Bridgerton: Just because something is not perfect... does not make it any less worthy of love. Your father made you believe otherwise. He made you believe that you needed to be without fault in order to be loved, but he was wrong. Should you need any proof of the matter, then... Then look just here. I am tired of pretending. And I cannot continue acting as if I... As if I do not love you. Because I do. I love all of you. Even the parts that you believe are too dark and too shameful. Every scar. Every flaw. Every imperfection. I love you. You may think you are too damaged and too broken to ever allow yourself to be happy, but you can choose differently, Simon. You can choose to love me as much as I love you. That should not be up to anyone else. That cannot be up to anyone else. It can only be up to you.
This quote comes from a TV series ‘Bridgerton’ and it is a full transcript of Daphne Bridgerton’s monologue about her love. The scene where this moment comes from is Season 1 Episode 8: ‘After the Rain’ (1×08). The show Bridgerton is based on a popular book series of the same name. | Bridgerton is produced by Netflix