Love Actually's Andrew Lincoln is back and he's got new signs

Of course Andrew Lincoln is better known for The Walking Dead now rather than Love Actually, so sorry Keira Knightley but he’s too busy slaying zombies to continue pining over you.

Both cast members will be returning for the Love Actually sequel, a ten minute short produced for Red Nose Day.

We’ve already seen a glimpse of Liam Neeson with Thomas Brodie Sangster, as well as Rowan Atkinson, Hugh Grant and Martine McCutcheon, all returning to the roles they originally played in the 2003 holiday rom com.

Now we’ve spotted our first look at Andrew Lincoln’s character Mark, who was in love with his friend’s wife and stood outside her door with signs telling her he loved her.

The latest pics were taken in London and shared by Love Actually 2 producer Emma Freud, with a message that could relate to a continuation of the unrequited love storyline:


Lincoln was also pictured with director Richard Curtis and his co-star Chiwetel Ejiofor, who played his bestie in the original and has since gone on to have an illustrious career which includes an Oscar nomination for 12 Years a Slave:

Newly released photos also tease an appearance from model Kate Moss:


As a matter of fact, what is actually happening there?

Red Nose Day, also known as Comic Relief, will air on 24 March on BBC One.

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