Last night, we finally feast our eyes upon the Love Actually sequel.
Fourteen years after the original, Comic Relief brought the classic film back for Red Nose Day and it's everything we expected!
Red Nose Day Actually brought us up to date with some of favourites.
It began with Mark (Andrew Lincoln) turning up on Juliet’s (Keira Knightley) doorstep again but this time, he's moved on. Now, he’s married to supermodel Kate Moss.
Andrew & Kate Moss.— Andrew Lincoln FR (@AndrewLincolnFR)
I LOVE ANDY— chelsea (@sashapeletier)
Sam and Joanna are very much still together. The pair travelled back to the UK from America to ask Sam's stepdad Daniel (Liam Neeson) to come to their wedding!
😍 Joanna asks Sam 2 Marry her, dad hugs them = 👰🏽🤵🏻💒— Talent Guru (@thetalentguru)
the part with sam and joanna was the best honestly I loved it all— courtney (@sebsjades)
Jamie (Colin Firth) and his wife Aurelia (Lúcia Moniz) are still very happy together. She's since mastered the English language but Jamie's still struggling to grasp Portuguese. They have four young children and a fourth on the way.
it was worth the wait 😊— daily colin firth 🚗 (@dailycolinfirth)
Billy Mack is still every inch the rockstar but his manager Joe tragically passed away during the last 14 years.
BILLY MACK IN THE LOVE ACTUALLY SHORT FOR COMIC RELIEF DADDDDDDDD😍😍😍😍— Sophielou (@Sophielouise456)
As if they killed off Billy Mack's manager! Heartbroken 💔— Amelia Pond (@MegReeves93)
But the best, of course, was the return of Hugh Grant and his dad dancing. This time, it's to Hotline Bling.
A little older, but he's still got it— Jolanda ॐ (@JoYogaTweets)
Has Hugh Grant saved the world yet?— Sarah Tattersall (@sarahjtatt)
He's still very much in love with Martine McCutcheon but what stole the show, was the Prime Minister's speech at the end of the sketch.
After 13 years was well worth the wait, Perfect speech from PM Hugh Grant 👏🏼— Derwent SNT (@DerwentSNT)
That speech is exactly what the country needs! Can Hugh Grant be prime minister now!— Laura Sutton (@LifeandlovesofL)
That was a particularly poignant speech by Hugh Grant at end of Love Actually film. Seems appropriate after events of yesterday— Gavin Hamilton (@GHmltn)
hit the nail on the head with the speech by Hugh Grant good will win cause love actually is all around us 💜💙💚💛❤️— leah (@leahunsworth_96)
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