Hugh Grant reprises Love Actually role as Martine McCutcheon reveals characters' marriage

Posted March 07, 2017

Martin McCutcheon got her Love Actually sequel wish.

In another tweet, Emma confirmed that Natalie and David are still together and are actually married: "Our PM is still married".

As such, I can't be more delighted about these new behind-the-scenes pictures of Hugh Grant and Martine McCutcheon on the set of the short, courtesy of Red Nose Day director's Emma Freud.

The latest show scenes being shot today featuring Grant, who appears to still be Prime Minister in 2017. "Again and still hot".

Having battled against their spark during the whole flick, Natalie scored a happy ending in the film when she won the affections of Prime Minister Daniel, played by Hugh.

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"I really hope they've had a couple of kids and he's still doing silly dancing I'd love him to be in Downing Street", she enthused.

Unfortunately, Emma Thompson (aka "Karen") has made the decision not to take part, while - tragically - actor Alan Rickman, who played Emma's on-screen husband, Harry, passed away a year ago. We thought and thought but it just seemed wrong but to revisit the wonderful fun characters of Bill Nighy and Hugh Grant and Liam and all of that, that's fantastic but obviously what would he have done?

Of course, Hugh Grant famously played the United Kingdom prime minister in the original flick some 14 years ago, with Martine McCutcheon playing the role of his love-interest.

The actress revealed that the pair have kept in touch since Love Actually.

Red Nose Day, which began as a campaign to raise money for kids in the United Kingdom and Africa, is celebrated every two years with a TV event featuring comedy and documentary films airing on BBC One.