Sarah Jessica Parker Posts ‘Sex and the City’ Reboot Snaps

Sarah Jessica Parker shared an emotional snapshot on social media with her Sex and the City co-stars Nixon and Kristin Davis on the set of the hit HBO show’s reboot on Friday.

Although Kim Cattrall refused to reprise her role as Samantha Jones, the three leading women on the world-known comedy-drama television series seemed excited to be reuniting for the first time on screen since the 2010 movie Sex and the City 2.

Parker, 56, wrote “together again” in the picture’s caption.

The post, which reached nearly half a million likes in just one hour, showed Parker standing between Davis, 56, and Nixon, 55, with the majestic skyline of New York City behind them. Nixon also posted the photo and captioned it: “Friendship never goes out of style.”

In the picture, Parker sported her trademark gold aviator sunglasses, light wash jeans, and a black tank top, showing off her slim and toned figure.

Davis, who wore her dark brown hair in loose curls, wear a white V-neckline and a blue skirt. Nixon, who plays a character known for her sleek red bob, wore a baggy gray top, white pants, and a striking necklace to match.

In response to Parker’s post, Davis commented, “Love you forever and ever.”

Furthermore, the Deadly Illusions star documented her day on set through her Instagram stories, giving a peek into their glamorous changing rooms and chic wardrobe. “Just some of the hats,” she captioned one picture that showed a row of hats, designer bags, and headbands.

“We are so spoiled. It is a joy,” Parker added, and she also shared a photo of a stunning Judith Leiber crystal cupcake clutch that appeared in the first Sex and the City movie and is valued at $4,495. Earlier that day, the actress thrilled fans when she shared photos from the script for “And Just Like That,” the revival of Sex And The City.

Previously, it was learned that the script would be turned in at the end of the table read as producers wanted to keep the plot a secret.

The highly anticipated HBO series Max will shed light on how the trio continued navigating love and friendship in the Big Apple as women in their 50s. Other actors from the original show, such as Noth and John Corbett, have confirmed their participation in the reboot.