It was by far the biggest question that people had when a 'Love Actually' sequel was announced just a few short weeks ago, but now it's been confirmed that Martine Mccutcheon and Hugh Grant are back to reprise their roles in the famous rom-com.
On Saturday the pair were spotted filming scenes for the Comic Relief sketch in a Downing Street setting with many people speculating that Hugh's character may still be Prime Minster in the short movie, due out later this month.
In the original film the pair meet at Number 10 when Martine played a cheeky assistant to the PM.
For those of you who need reminding of how it all went down have a look below.
Over the past number of years there has always been that burning question, did they end up together?
Well fans haven't got long to wait as Love Actually 2 will premiere on the BBC's Red Nose Day, which takes place on Friday March 24th.
Hugh Grant and Martine McCutcheon are still together in the "Love Actually" follow-up— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed)
The first images of Hugh Grant and Martine McCutcheon filming the sequel have emerged— The Telegraph (@Telegraph)
Hugh Grant is pictured reprising THAT Love Actually role for Red Nose Day— Today's Irish News (@todaysirlnews)