Filming for And Just Like That is going strong!
Last week, Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon were spotted in New York City to shoot scenes for their upcoming show, which acts a sequel series to Sex and the City.
Keep scrolling to see the women in costume.
Judging from the surroundings, one of the show's characters has a medical crisis, as on August 25, SJP was spotted on the set of a makeshift hospital known as Saint Clair's Specialty Surgical Center.
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Though the actress' iconic character is never one for a fashion faux pas, it looks like she was more focused on staying comfy, as she seemed to be sitting for hours in the medical center's waiting room, presumably hoping to hear good news.
Wearing a blue dress, lime green coat and matching heels, Nixon's character Miranda Hobbes kept Bradshaw company, and the women shared a laugh.
The first season of the new show will consist of ten 30-minute episodes and will debut on HBO Max.
While Kim Cattrall isn't returning, Kristin Davis, who plays Charlotte York, has already been seen filming scenes of her own throughout Manhattan.
The series will follow the trio "as they navigate the journey from the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 30s to the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s."
Earlier in the month, Parker shot scenes with Chris Noth, who plays her character's husband Mr. Big. She even shared a photo of them staring into each other's eyes, captioning the Instagram, "These 2. I bet they stay out late tonight."
Two days after the hospital scene, SJP was seen filming solo — this time, in a recreation of one of her character's most memorable outfits.
The actress donned a floor-length white tulle maxi skirt, colorful striped shirt and a pair of white and black booties. The ensemble is reminiscent of the one she wore in the opening credits on Sex and the City.
The fashionista teased the comeback of the white skirt via Instagram, captioning the set of photos, "now and then."