Bridget Jones's Baby

London

Bridget Jones

Bridget returns in this long awaited third installment, older, wiser and still living at her flat in London. Bridget is pregnant, Daniel is missing and there is a new man on the scene.

As with the original film there is no shortage of beautiful and inspiring filming locations to visit. If you're hiking movie locations for the original film around central London then there are plenty of extra spots to visit for the third film.

Bridget's Flat

8 Bedale Street, Southwark | Southwark, London | United Kingdom

Bridget's Flat Location

It was Bridget's own flat above the pub in Diary and Edge of Reason and even if the front door has changed not alot else has. It's still Bridget's home where she can dwell in her own sorrow of still being a singleton, even if a little wiser.

The outside of the flat is a great place to visit while in London. It's situated as part of The Globe pub which is nearly always vibrant with customers flooding out onto the street on sunny days. A good place to grab a drink or visit the indoor food market, which appears in the first film, that is literally across the road along with the famous Darcy - Cleaver fight at the restaurant which is now a wine merchants.

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Bridget at the Music Festival

Windsor Great Park | Windsor | United Kingdom

Bridget at the Music Festival Location

One of the most memorable scenes from Bridget Jones's Baby is the music festival, hinted to be Glastonbury, and includes a cameo apperance of Ed Sheeran. We see Bridget struggle in the muddy fields but the scenes weren't filmed at Glastonbury but in Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, England.

Windsor Great Park is a great place to visit including natural beauty and horticultural displays all year round, valley gardens, Virginia Waters, the deer park and the incredible Windsor Castle amongst many other attractions. If you're in the south east of England then this is a must visit for the whole day.

Full details on Windsor Great Park, opening times and opening dates can be found on the official website;

www.windsorgreatpark.co.uk

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Where to find Bridget at the Music Festival

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Bridget drags a christmas tree through the market

Borough Market, Southwark | London | United Kingdom

Bridget drags a christmas tree through the market Location

The filming location of Borough Market in London, just south of the river Thames, plays a consistent and telling part through each of the Bridget Jones movies. In Bridget Jones's Baby we see Bridget dragging a huge Christmas tree all on her own. The scene was filmed in the summer with the crew creating a snowy christmas market.

There is a great reason to visit the live market, one of the few surviving traditional markets in the city centre, that is aside from the experience it is also across the road from the door of Bridget's flat scene, always worth a visit to the traditional pub The Globe which is part of the same building which also shares the same street as the fight scene from the original Diary movie.

Definitely one to find on your itenery.

Where to find Bridget drags a christmas tree through the market

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Mark Darcey in court

The Supreme Court, Parliament Square | London | United Kingdom

Mark Darcey in court Location

We see Mark Darcey in a court scene in the film and what a location to film in. The scene was filmed at The Supreme Court in Westminster, London, just around the corner from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. The court is a stunning historical building, neo-gothic built in 1913, with amazing architecture which can be seen in the film.

The Supreme Court is still a live court but thankfully open days, audio tours and evening guided tours are available. Dates are often sold out due to it's popularity so try to book in advance where you can. You can find full details on the Supreme Court website;

www.supremecourt.uk/visiting/index.html

Image © UK Supreme Court

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Where to find Mark Darcey in court

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