The soothing voice of Bridgerton's Regé-Jean Page could help you drift off to sleep

The actor has given his voice to a meditation app

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If you've been dreaming about falling asleep with Regé-Jean Page ever since you laid eyes on him in Bridgerton, then you're in luck.

Many of us struggle to sleep, and whether your bedtime routine includes yoga, meditation or even a nighttime soak, you should really consider adding Rege-Jean's new bedtime story to your routine.

The actor has joined other famous faces by recording a bedtime story, titled The Prince and the Naturalist, for the meditation app Calm. 


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Harry Styles, Idris Elba and Kate Winslet have also recorded sleep stories for the popular mediation tool, to help soothe you in a gentle slumber, and now Page will join them.

According to the app, the 32-minute story, by author Victoria Gosling, takes listeners on a journey through Olde England as a 'naturalist and his royal pupil discover the wisdom of nature.'

While the Duke of Hastings actor said about his involvement, via a statement: "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."

The 31-year-old has been busy since he announced his shock exit from the Netflix show, which made him a household name. 

In April the actor said about his departure from the show via Instagram: "The ride of a lifetime. It’s been an absolute pleasure and a privilege to be your Duke. Joining this family—not just on-screen, but off-screen too. Our incredibly creative and generous cast, crew, outstanding fans - it’s all been beyond anything I could have imagined. The love is real and will just keep growing."

But that doesn't mean we won't be seeing him on our screens - Page will be starring in a thriller film with Ryan Gosling soon. While it has also been announced he'll be joining other famous voices including David Tennant in the audible version of The Sandman: Act II, based on the best-selling graphic novel series by Neil Gaiman. 

And while the actor has previously said that watching the sex scenes in Bridgerton with his family was awkward his co-star wasn't so shy about it. For most people, the idea of parents knowing about their sex lives is a thing of nightmares, but because Phoebe Dynevor mom is an actor and her dad is a TV writer—she has said its not awkward at all.

Discussing how it's all part and parcel of the job she said during an awards panel in January 2021, "Luckily they are in the industry so I guess they probably understand more than most." Adding, "I think they are really proud to see me work so hard on the show."

Sarah Finley

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