When the first trailer arrived in March, Bridget fans everywhere were given a first glimpse into her latest exploits.
And now, three months before the film is due for release in September, Universal Studios have revealed a second trailer for Bridget Jones's Baby - and it's got us more excited for the film than ever!
Warning: Spoiler alerts from this point on!
From the first trailer we already know that Bridget's happily ever after with the brooding Mark Darcy didn't quite go to plan, and there's a new love interest on the scene - in the form of Grey's Anatomy dreamy doctor Patrick Dempsey.
There's just one tiny glitch. Bridget is pregnant. And she's not sure who the father is!
The second trailer shows Ms Jones struggling to decide between the two men in her life. She has so much history with Mark, and was in love with him, but Jack is an exciting new possibility she could love in the future. What's a girl to do!
Will Bridget choose Mark Darcy?
Or will she fall for handsome newcomer Jack?
However, the real scene stealer in the latest trailer is much-loved British actress Emma Thompson, who appears as Bridget's doctor but also advised on the hilarious script. It seems her character can't wait to find out who the father is, comparing it to finding out who'll win The X Factor final!
Don't worry, if you can't take the suspense then you may take comfort in the fact that even the cast of the film don't know who Bridget will ultimately choose. In an interview with the Sunday Express, Renée revealed that they've filmed three possible endings to the film, and they won't find out which one is chosen until the film is released!
'It's kind of brilliant. None of the cast knows who fathered Bridget's baby or who she'll choose as her beau', Renée said. 'The plan is to keep us all in the dark, right up to the premiere.'
It's been over 10 years since our big knicker-wearing, vodka-guzzling Bridge took to our screens in The Edge of Reason, but if the second trailer is anything to go by, then it looks like she's back doing what she does best. Explained in her own words: 'Can't go back and keep making same mistakes.
'I can make new ones.'