Sarah says Kim Cattrall’s cameo in “And Just Like That” celebrates the show’s anniversary 2023

Sarah Jessica Parker claims Kim Cattrall’s participation in ‘And Just Like That’ is about “celebrating” the 25th anniversary, denying rumours of a long-running animosity.

The 58-year-old actress, who reprises her role as Carrie Bradshaw in the ‘Sex And The City’ spin-off program, didn’t address her long-running dispute with Kim when asked why her former co-star consented to a surprise guest appearance on the show, now in its second season.

“It was an idea that we had that was really about our 25 years, and celebrating that,” Sarah told Channel Seven’s ‘Sunrise’ about Kim’s brief return as sex-crazed publicist Samantha Jones.

“She appeared in the first season, but this merely takes those texts and puts a face with it. A beautiful face that we and the audience love.”

“It’s just a quick pop, it’s just a phone call,” the actress revealed Kim’s arrival. Its familiar. As a tribute to 25 years and our audience relationship, it will be lovely to see.”

According to, Sarah called Kim’s ‘AJLT’ appearance “nostalgic” and “a lot of joy” for the ensemble.

Kim thanked fans and ‘SATC’ colleagues for their support after his death.

Since the filming of the original ‘Sex and the City’ series, the actresses have been feuding, which led to Kim, 66, not appearing in the new spin-off series despite her ‘SATC’ castmates Cynthia Nixon, 57, and Kristin Davis, 58, returning to their roles of Miranda and Charlotte.

Sarah and Kim were “never friends” during HBO’s six-season ‘SATC’ and its two film adaptations.

Sarah’s purported income increase for playing Carrie and executive producing the program was cited as a major reason for their breakup.

Kim accused Sarah of manipulating her brother’s death in 2018. After going missing in Alberta, Canada, the actress’ 55-year-old brother Chris committed himself.

Four days later, she railed at Sarah online, accusing the actress of being unkind and criticizing her for “reaching out” during her pain.

Kim: “You’re not my family.” Not my pal. I’m writing to warn you one final time to quit exploiting our misfortune to restore your ‘good girl’ character.”

The actress called Sarah’s “continual reaching out” “a painful reminder of how cruel you really were then and now”.

Kim’s tweet linked to an October 2017 New York tweet piece on the actresses’ spat, which ended in a disagreement over a third “SATC” film, which Kim said she didn’t want to do.

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