Kristin Davis, known for her role as Charlotte York in Sex and the City, recently opened up about the ongoing drama surrounding her former co-star Kim Cattrall. In an interview with The Telegraph, Davis revealed that she has chosen not to invest her energy in the conflict.
The drama unfolded earlier this month when sources reported that Kim Cattrall filmed her cameo appearance for the Sex and the City sequel series, And Just Like That…, without the presence of Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, or showrunner Michael Patrick King. This revelation surprised both the cast and fans of the iconic show.
When asked if any member of the cast still maintains contact with Kim, Davis responded with a measured approach. She emphasized the importance of respecting people’s wishes and stated that she would not waste her energy on the situation. Davis acknowledged the disappointment expressed by fans and their desire for resolution, but she also recognized her limitations in changing the circumstances. She expressed a sense of powerlessness, stating, “I wish I could fix it, but I can’t. It’s not in my power.”
The tension between Kim Cattrall and the rest of the Sex and the City cast has been ongoing for several years. In 2016, Cattrall publicly announced her decision to step away from her character, Samantha Jones, which led to a public fallout with Sarah Jessica Parker. The strained relationship between the two has been widely discussed in the media and among fans.
Despite the behind-the-scenes conflicts, Sex and the City fans have eagerly anticipated the release of the show’s sequel series, And Just Like That… The second season of the series is scheduled to premiere on June 22nd, and it promises to continue the story of the beloved characters navigating life and relationships in New York City.
While the absence of Kim Cattrall from the camaraderie of the show’s revival is noticeable, the remaining cast members, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis, are set to reprise their iconic roles. As the premiere date approaches, fans are hopeful that the new season will capture the essence of the original series and provide closure to longstanding storylines.
In conclusion, Kristin Davis’s recent comments reflect her decision to distance herself from the ongoing drama surrounding Kim Cattrall’s involvement in the Sex and the City sequel series. Despite the challenges and conflicts, fans can look forward to the highly anticipated release of And Just Like That… and the continuation of the beloved characters’ stories.