Stars of Four Weddings and a Funeral rejoined without precedent for a long time to enable Comic Relief to raise £63m.
In the smaller than expected continuation, Rowan Atkinson returned as the blundering vicar – this time directing the little girl of the two unique leads, Carrie (Andie MacDowell) and Charles (Hugh Grant).
Miranda, played by Lily James, was seen wedding the girl of Fiona (Dame Kristen Scott Thomas).
The show additionally observed the arrival of Keeley Hawes in a Bodyguard turn off.
The Four Weddings sketch – One Red Nose Day and a Wedding – likewise featured Alicia Vikander, who won an Oscar for her job in The Danish Girl, as Miranda’s new spouse.
— Comic Relief: Red Nose Day (@comicrelief) March 15, 2019
Sam Smith made an appearance as one of the wedding vocalists in the short film, directed by Comic Relief prime supporter Richard Curtis, essayist of the first movie.
— Keeley Hawes (@Misskeeleyhawes) March 15, 2019
There were a lot of jokey references to Four Weddings, including its most-cited line – as Grant’s character asserted that he “hadn’t seen” it was down-pouring.
— BBC One (@BBCOne) March 15, 2019