Carrie Bradshaw and Samantha Jones Are No Longer Feuding Post-Sex and the City

Otherwise known in real life as Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall, they're all good. 

Carrie and Samantha are all good. Sorry, it's hard to forget. In real life that’s Sarah Jessica Parker and her former Sex and the City co-star Kim Cattrall. They’ve made up. 

The two, who notoriously hated each other on set towards the end of the hit series, have come to a better place

Monday was Kim’s 60th birthday (looks amazing!) and her old nemesis SJP took to Instagram to post a vaseline lens glamour shot of Kim, captioning it: “Happy birthday you beauty @kimcattrall. Sending love and the very best for a perfectly marvelous, joyous, healthy and adventure filled birthday year. Your ol' pal, fellow mischief maker and ‘sister’, Sj xxx” 

For years, rumors of a feud between the two hit the tabloids on a regular basis. They even continued fighting on the sets of both the Sex and the City movies. It’s rumored the two fought over screen time, counted lines, and compared salaries. 

“The ladies reportedly had a big falling out in the show’s final season when SJP was paid considerably more than Cattrall on the HBO series,” Us Weekly reported.

Kim even held out signing on to the first film until producers met her monetary demands. 

The two have always denied they were feuding. In November 2009, SJP told Elle, “I don’t think anybody wants to believe that I love Kim. I adore her. I wouldn’t have done the movie without her.” 

Well how could she? Samantha Jones couldn’t just be killed off!

In 2010 Kim claimed, “people don’t want to believe that we get on.”

“They have too much invested in the idea of two strong, successful women fighting with each other. It makes for juicy gossip and copy.”

That it does. 

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