Sarah Jessica Parker on what she really thinks of And Just Like That

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If, like us, you're utterly obsessed with And Just Like That (the very, very long awaited follow-up to the Sex And The City series) you're probably wondering what the show's stars think of the reboot – after all, there's plenty of expectations to live up to.

Well, wonder no more, as Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon recently sat down to spill the tea on their honest feelings about reviving their iconic characters. Speaking on an episode of HBO Max's The Roundtable, SJP (who plays Carrie Bradshaw on the hit series) revealed she was very emotional when she first found out about the reboot, admitting she didn't think it would actually come together.

"I didn’t think it was going to happen," she said with tears in her eyes, before Davis explained she "almost dropped" her phone when she heard the news that the show had been given the go-ahead. "Of course we were all excited and scared," Nixon pointed out, with SJP adding that everything felt "familiar" almost immediately.

Although the trio didn't comment on Kim Cattrall's noticeable absence from the series, they did share an insight into their special bond as friends. "We're very aware of the good fortune that surrounds this effort this time" SJP commented, "to be together is really great." In response, Davis said "You never get to work with people this long in this way, in this depth," adding that she was "so happy" to work with them again.

And Just Like That continues on Thursday at 9pm on Now.

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