We know the Love Actually sequel is just going to be a 10 minute sketch for BBC's charity event Red Nose Day, but with nearly the entire cast returning, we're probably going to fall in love again anyway.
In the first teaser for the special, Andrew Lincoln is back with those cue cards with a special message just for us.
Of course, Andy couldn't shave or cut his hair because of his day job on The Walking Dead, so we're left to wonder if Mark wandered the streets and became a vagrant in a perpetual depressed Keira Knightley-less existence.
That actually would be pretty funny…
Ch-ch-check out the teaser (above) and see Hugh Grant, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Liam Neeson, Martine McCutcheon, Bill Nighy, and more when Actually airs Friday, March 24 on BBC One!
It appears our dreams have come true as Hugh Grant has reprised his role from Love Actually for the Red Nose Day reunion. So exciting!
On Sunday, Emma Freud (who is producing the 10-minute short) took to Twitter to share behind-the-scenes snaps of the 56-year-old filming alongside his onscreen love interest, Martine McCutcheon. Awwww.
In case you forgot, in the original flick, the industry vet famously played a fictional British Prime Minister who falls in love with one of his aides around Christmas. And *spoilers* in the sequel, it seems like Hugh and Martine's characters are still very much in love!
But regardless of the speculation, it is clear the late athlete did have a very close relationship with the 22-year-old, who he spent the past four years with behind bars at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts.
Kennedy, who is no longer on suicide watch and is reported to be the last person to see Hernandez before he hung himself in his cell, reacted to the death of his pal in a statement to RadarOnline.com, saying: