Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal had a reunion and fans are obsessed

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Photo credit: Rachel Murray - Getty Images
Photo credit: Rachel Murray - Getty Images

Normal People co-stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal had a sweet reunion in New York this week and, naturally, fans are absolutely over the moon.

Daisy revealed the reunion by sharing a series of pictures from her trip to NYC on Instagram, with an adorable selfie with Paul stealthily hidden on the fifth slide.

The pair, of course, look suitably excited to be reunited, and we love seeing these two having fun together again.

Posting a photo dump from the trip (including plenty of cat pictures), Daisy added the caption, "kewl cats and kittens in NYC," - so, safe to say she's a Tiger King fan too, then?

Take a look at the Normal People reunion we've all been waiting for by scrolling through Daisy's post below:

On top of Daisy and Paul looking pretty happy to be reunited, fans of course were obsessed with the pair's meet-up.

One follower commented, "NOT PAUL ❤️🥺", while another added, "Connell and Marianne ❤️❤️ you are killing us all with that picture you know??" and, yep, we agree.

Some fans also pointed out how Daisy and Paul's lives appear to mirror Marianne and Connell's, after Normal People's final twelfth episode ended with Connell accepting a place at a school in New York City.

"Is this Normal People Episode 13 when Marianne visits Connell in New York? 😢😢😢" wrote one follower, with another adding, "Marianne and Connell are together in NYC".

A season 2 for Normal People hasn't been confirmed, so we might not be seeing Daisy and Paul reuniting in their roles as Marianne and Connell for some time.

For now, we'll take more selfies from where those came from, thanks guys.

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