If watching Netflix‘s series Bridgerton over and over again gave you pleasant dreams about the Duke of Hastings, played by the handsome Regé-Jean Page, then we have some good news for you! Being able to hear his soothing voice doesn’t have to stop once you’re done binging the show. That’s because the actor is officially narrating a sleep story for Calm. That’s right, you can now have Regé-Jean Page read you to sleep.
Just in case you are not familiar with the Calm app, it was designed to help people de-stress. It’s got everything from meditation to music, which are all designed to fit your personalized needs. What’s so great about the app is that it reminds you to take some time to focus on you for a minute. We often forget to take time to stop for even just a few seconds a day, so the app is a beautiful reminder to breathe and rest.
Whatever you need, Calm has it, but one of our favorite features would have to be the sleep stories.
Sleep is one of the things a lot of people have trouble with. It could be that you can’t fall asleep or that you just can’t stay asleep when you do. Bedtime is supposed to be a relaxing time for us, but often it isn’t. When we lie down at night, the idea is to finally be able to shut off our brains and let go of all the stress and anxiety that the day brought. Calm’s sleep stories are designed to help with that.
One of the things we enjoy about them would have to be the celebrity narrators. Various celebrities have narrated sleep stories for Calm, and one of our personal favorites was Harry Styles‘. I admit that was the reason that I initially downloaded the app. There’s just something so soothing about hearing an Englishman read you a bedtime story, which is why we were ecstatic to learn that Regé-Jean Page would also be narrating one.
The announcement was made via the Calm apps Twitter account.
The wait is over, travel back in time to Old England with @regejean
Listen now on Calm.Twitter, @calm
The thirty-two-minute story titled The Prince And The Naturalist was written by Victoria Gosling, and, as Calm said in their tweet, the story will take us back in time to Old England, where a naturalist and his royal pupil find that nature is the best teacher.
“Dunno bout you, but it’s been a long, long, long, past 18 months in the world… But the good folks at @calm might have a special something today to help you catch some Zzz…
We could not agree more with him on this. Too bad we can’t join him in that comfy, comfy bed. Believe us when we say that we will be thinking of him just like this while we fall asleep to his voice. #SorrynotSorry.