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Director Kills Off Character In Emotional 'Love Actually' Sequel

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Director Kills Off Character In Emotional 'Love Actually' Sequel

Love Actually returned for a short 10-minute sequel for Comic Relief tonight.

The sequel started with Juliet (Keira Knightly) on the sofa with her husband Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor) when Mark (Andrew Lincoln) appears at her doorstep with his cue cards again.

13 years ago we saw Mark promise that he would marry a supermodel and it was revealed he's now in relationship with Kate Moss.

Watch it all unfold here...

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Credit: BBC / Comic Relief

Elsewhere in the episode, Hugh Grant's character David had been re-elected as Prime Minister and danced to Drake's 'Hotline Bling'.

However it wasn't all laughs, as it emerged Richard Curtis decided to kill off a key character.

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Billy Mack (Bill Nighy) made the shocking revelation while doing a radio interview.

Credit: BBC / Comic Relief

He revealed that his time manager Joe (Gregor Fisher) had died of a heart attack.

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"He was a big man with a big heart... big heart attack," he said.

"Big coffin, it's a big hole in my life."

There was some good news though, Colin Firth's character's wife was expected her pregnancy and we learnt that the couple already have three children together.

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Topics: Death

James Dawson
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