‘And Just Like That…’ John Corbett Returns as Aidan Shaw for Season 2 (PHOTOS)

And Just Like That is getting an additional dose of Sex and the City nostalgia as longtime fan-favorite John Corbett returns in his position as Aidan Shaw, Carrie Bradshaw’s (Sarah Jessica Parker) on-again-off-again love from years previous.

Previously teased in August of 2022, Corbett’s return may not come as a big shock, however his reunion with Parker on set is certain to excite followers as And Just Like That…‘s social media profiles posted a picture of the duo again collectively on the streets of New York City. “Shh. Don’t inform anybody,” the picture was captioned.

Of course, Carrie and Aidan are true vogue plates in coordinated outfits with each of them sporting complimentary purples. What results in this reunion it’s possible you’ll ask? Only time will inform for sure, however Aidan’s former competitors, Big (Chris Noth) is a non-issue as Carrie’s husband memorably perished following a fateful Peleton journey in Season 1 of the HBO Max sequel spinoff.

While it was rumored he may seem in Season 1, Aidan by no means popped up, so his Season 2 presence is unquestionably welcomed amongst adoring viewers. As followers could recall, the final time Aidan Shaw was seen onscreen was in Sex and the City‘s second movie, 2010’s Sex and the City 2. During a visit to Abu Dhabi, Carrie ran into her former love who was then married and father to 3 children.

But with greater than ten years handed since their final reunion, it looks like Aidan’s life has gone by modifications if his and Carrie’s hand-holding is any indication. Stay tuned for extra on the thrilling growth as we await the Season 2 premiere of And Just Like That… later this 12 months. Until then, tell us what you consider Aidan and Carrie’s reunion within the remark part, beneath.

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