Here's What The 'Cold Feet' Cast Look Like 13 Years Since The Last Series Ended

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The cast of Cold Feet have reunited for a script read-through as it is announce that the beloved British comedy will be returning to ITV for a new series. 

The new series will be set 13 years after the last series ended and will see the return of all the characters. 

James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson, and Fay Ripley are back to play Adam Williams, David Marsden, Karen Marsden and Pete and Jenny Gilford.

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The only cast member not to be returning will be Helen Baxendale, who's  character Rachel Bradly was killed in a car crash. 

In this new series, which will be the sixth for the cast, many questions will be answered: How has Adam coped without his soulmate, Rachel, raising their son, Matthew, on his own? 

Do Pete and Jenny still spend their evenings on the sofa, in domestic bliss? 

And what of David and Karen who had split up. With three children between them, are the ties that bind them still strong? 

When we last engaged with our heroes they were on the cusp of change, growing up and settling down. 

They’d hoped that by the time they were approaching 50 their lives would be simpler. Well, now they’re there, they’re discovering that it isn’t. The issues they face are different but just as challenging. 

They still have many years to live, but can’t escape the niggling fear that their futures are behind them.

Who else is excited for this one?

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