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.
Thankfully, if social media posts are anything to go by, it seems that the duo are very much still happy and together for the sequel - which is being filmed for Comic Relief.
Her most recent tweets have given more away about the film's plot lines, Freud revealed to her followers that the PM is still married to Martine McCutcheon's Natalie.
At the end of "Love Actually" we saw the PM make a mad-dash across London to Natalie's mum's house in Wandsworth to declare his undying love (after rescuing her from the handsy U.S. president). "And she's still lovely", Freud captioned the pic.
Aside from Hugh and Martine, Liam Neeson, Rowan Atkinson, Keira Knightley, and Colin Firth have been confirmed to be back for the short film.
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She explained: 'Emma Thompson said she'd prefer not to as it wouldn't be the same without Alan Rickman'.
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 previous year.
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.
"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, '" Emma told the Associated Press. We think we spy Martine again to the right.