‘SATC’ Star Kristin Davis Shades Co-Star Kim Cattrall With Throwback Pic

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Sep. 18 2018, Updated 5:35 p.m. ET

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It's been 14 years since the beloved chick-flick TV series, Sex and the City went off the air after six comedic yet heartbreaking seasons. But one of the stars of the famous core-four crew, Kristin Davis (who played "Park Avenue Pollyanna" Charlotte York), remembered her time with her costars in a throwback photo. But old BFF and co-star Kim Cattrall was nowhere to be found. Keep reading to see what went down.

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In honor of the Emmy Awards which aired last night, Kirstin posted a photo on her Instagram of former SATC costars Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon at the 2004 Emmys.

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She captioned the smiling pic, "Emmy flashback - super happy memories and wishing joy to everyone tonight . We are all so incredibly lucky to get to do what we do !"

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But one co-star was nowhere in sight. Kim wasn't in the pic and some fans came at Kristin, assuming she intentionally left Kim out.

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This goes back to a feud involving Kim and Sarah when Kim stated that she is no longer friends with SJP after believing that Sarah exploited her brother's death.

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Fans commented and said things like, "Awkward, where is your 4th partner in crime?" Another commenter said, "Kim has made it clear she wants to be removed from any narrative relating to SATC." "You are so lucky yet so ungrateful," another wrote. "Where is your team member, Kim? So disappointing."


Do you think Kristin was intentionally trying to shade former co-star Kim? Sound off in the comments below!


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