Fans of the film will remember Hugh and Natalie getting together at her nephew's nativity play, with the state of their relationship one of the most eagerly awaited parts of the upcoming Comic Relief "sequel".
Almost 14 years after Love Actually graced our screens for the first time, most of the original cast are banding together for a 10-minute reunion in the name of charity.
She captured a photo of McCutcheon in front of the camera on Twitter, with the caption: "Our pm is still married".
Pictures emerged on Sunday of the pair on set as iconic love-struck couple Natalie and Prime Minister David. Not only are the journalists actually well-known vloggers Caspar Lee, Louise Pentland, Alfie Deyes and Niomi Smart. Until then, keep an eye out for more behind-the-scenes pics, and hopefully more hints of happily ever afters.
She also previously shared a picture of Rowan Atkinson filming as his store-assistant character.More news: Sweden to bring back military service
The unlikely romance between the British PM, played by Grant, and Natalie, the junior member of the household at Downing Street with a famously potty mouth, had audiences captivated in the 2003 film.
Emma Thompson's character, however, will not appear.
Emma Thompson made the decision not to appear in the sketch out of respect for her onscreen husband in the film, Alan Rickman, who died previous year. "Richard wrote to me and said, 'Darling, we can't write anything for you because of Alan, ' and I said, 'No of course, it would be sad, too sad".
"It's too soon. It's absolutely right because it's supposed to be for Comic Relief but there isn't much comic relief in the loss of our dear friend, really, just over a year ago".
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