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Kensington Gardens in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason

Date posted: 01.12.2004

Academy Award winner Renee Zellweger reprises the role as the indecisive 30-something in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, the fantastic new sequel that recently hit cinemas nationwide.

She continues to battle with her emotions, still torn between the men who offer her affection, and they continue to battle with one another! Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) challenges Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant) to a fist fight which starts in the Serpentine Gallery and culminates in a waterlogged tussle in one of Kensington Garden's fountains.

Kensington Gardens covers 111 hectares (275 acres), originally part of Hyde Park, it is one of London's eight Royal Parks. The gardens include a variety of landscapes as well as many well-known features. Landscapes include tree-lined avenues, meadowland, woodland paths and, of course, the formal Italian Gardens at the top of the Long Water and model boats on the Round Pond.  Features include the Albert Memorial, Kensington Palace, the Peter Pan Statue, the Elfin Oak, Queen Anne's Alcove and the Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Playground.

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