Cynthia Nixon has just nixed rumours of a third Sex and the City film. The actress, who played Miranda Hobbes, explained in a very no-nonsense, Miranda-esque fashion that we don't need a new instalment. Which is just so utterly wrong.
She told The Guardian: "With something that is such a success, it's very hard to know what all went into us capturing that moment.
"We don't need another Sex and the City because we learned the lesson of the show: marriage isn't the be all and end all in women's minds any more, and women are friends with each other in a way that rivals their romantic relationships."
And she's right about that lesson, but it doesn't abate our yearning for more Samantha Jones, more wonderful outfits, more glimpses of an unattainable New York lifestyle. People still aren't bored of the movies or show, as proved by a group of women who asked Cynthia for marriage tips on camera while she was chowing down on lunch.
Cynthia said of the moment: "I was in Antwerp doing a film and I got accosted in a restaurant by some women out on a hen night," Nixon said. "They wanted me to talk into their cameras and give them marriage advice.
"I was like, 'I'm having lunch now.' There has been no new Sex and the City material for so long but it just does still seem to keep going - I don't even understand how that works."
We'll tell you how; because it's just so good.
From the editors of Cosmopolitan.co.uk