The 56-year old star  who reprised her role as Carrie Bradshaw in ‘Sex and the City’ revival ‘And Just Like That’  has weighed in on Kim Cattrall’s later ego being written out absence, and she praised showrunner Michael Patrick King for his handling of the situation.

Appearing on ‘Watch What Happens Live’ on Monday, she told host Andy Cohen: “Samantha is not gone.“The actress that played the role is no longer playing that role, but people are absent from your life when you don’t want them to be.

When asked if she would be “OK with it” if a “miracle were to happen” and Kim wanted to play Samantha again, Sarah  who plays Carrie Bradshaw told Variety: “I don’t think I would, because I think there’s just too much public history of feelings on her part that she’s shared.

“You know, and I thought that in typical Michael Patrick fashion, he threaded it through with grace and dignity and respect and love and affection for that character.“I thought it mimicked many friendships that challenge each other and struggle and want to remain connected in a way, because it’s too painful.”

The ‘Filthy Rich’ star then said she didn’t know what Sarah’s “problem” was, before later slamming her as “toxic” and “cruel”.But in 2018, Sarah insisted there was “no catfight” between her and Kim.

Kim has been locked in a feud with Sarah for some time.In 2017, Kim said she has “never been friends” with her co-star, before later insisting the actress “could have been nicer” on the set of the popular TV show.

She said: “I’d just like to remind everybody that there is no catfight. I have never uttered an unkind, unsupportive, unfriendly word, so Iwould love to redefine it. I also want to remind everybody that there were four women on the set and I spent equal time with all of them, so this was not a set with two women who didn’t get along.


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