She’s about to return to one of her most iconic characters for a very special HBO Max revival.
And Kristin Davis looked like she was in good spirits as took a stroll around Los Angeles on Wednesday.
During her outing the Sex And The City star, 55, embraced a much more casual look than her prim and proper character Charlotte York Goldenblatt, opting for a laid back jeans and tee-shirt ensemble.
Pep in her step: Kristin Davis took a stroll around LA on Wednesday following news she’ll be reprising her beloved Sex And The City character Charlotte for the show’s recently-announced HBO Max revival
Keeping out the mild winter chill, she layered a black bomber jacket on top.
Comfort seemed key for the Boulder, Colorado-born actress, who strode along in a pair of classic Ugg boots.
The rest of her accessories were equally as practical, as she covered her eyes with pink sunglasses and popped on a face mask to protect the spread of coronavirus, what has been ravaging Los Angeles.
Davis let her natural beauty shine through by going makeup-free and raking her hair back out of her face and into a smooth ponytail.
Low-key: The 55-year-old actress embraced a much more casual look than her prim and proper character Charlotte York Goldenblatt, opting for a laid back jeans and tee-shirt ensemble
Warm and fuzzy: Comfort seemed key for the actress, who strode along in a pair of classic Ugg boots
The celeb’s outing comes on the heels of news Sex And The City would be getting the reboot treatment with a one season limited series.
But the world of Carrie Bradshaw will be a little different this time around.
After it was confirmed Kim Cattrall would not be returning to her role as sex-positive PR diva Samantha Jones, fans wondered if the show was planning to craft a new character to join the famous (former) foursome, which also includes Cynthia Nixon as power-lawyer/mom Miranda Hobbes.
But leading lady Sarah Jessica Parker put those rumors to rest on Wednesday morning while heading to the Seaport location her SJP shoe boutique in New York City.
Practical: She covered her eyes with pink sunglasses and popped on a face mask to protect the spread of coronavirus, what has been ravaging Los Angeles
Fresh-faced: Davis let her natural beauty shine through by going makeup-free and raking her hair back out of her face and into a smooth ponytail
And then there were three… Sarah Jessica Parker said that there would not be a fourth character added to the Sex And The City reboot in lieu of Kim Cattrall
‘We’re not looking to create a fourth character,’ she said, adding ‘We have New York City as a fourth character and it will be an interesting new character that we are excited about.’
And Cattrall seems perfectly content not having a hand in the project.
The 64-year-old threw some thinly-disguised shade at her former Sex and the City castmates by ‘liking’ a fan tweet that ‘applauded’ her decision to ‘put herself first’ and refuse to take part in the upcoming reboot of the HBO show.
The tweet read: ‘I absolutely love Sex and the City and whilst I am saddened that Samantha will not return, I applaud doing what is best for you and think this is great example of putting yourself first. Well done @KimCattrall.’
Keeping it classy: The previous day Cattrall, 64, took a thinly-veiled swipe at her former Sex and the City castmates by ‘liking’ a fan tweet that applauded her for refusing to take part in the revival
‘Well done’: The tweet praised Cattrall for ‘putting herself first’ and ‘doing what is best for her’. She quit the role after the second movie amid reports of a feud with Sarah
The news of the Sex and the City reboot was announced on Sunday, when Sarah took to Instagram to share a teaser clip for the new series, which is called And Just Like That…
The original series created by Darren Star, and adapted from a column by Candace Bushnell, ran on HBO from 1998 to 2004, propelling Cattrall, Parker, Davis and Nixon into stardom.
The series, which will consist of 10 half-hour episodes, is set to begin production in New York City in late spring, according to Variety.
Cosmo time: The news of the Sex and the City reboot was announced on Sunday. The limited series will feature 10 half-hour episodes