It has been more than a decade since Love Actually hit the screens, fast becoming one of the country's best-loved feel-good festive films.
And script writer Emma Freud has now answered some of the outstanding questions - did Karen and Harry make a go of it? Did he ever sleep with his secretary? And how did Martin Freeman keep his nethers warm on set?
Freud, who is dating the film's director Richard Curtis, attended a midnight screening in New York with her family - the first time Curtis had seen the movie in a theatre since its premiere - and live-tweeted the whole thing.
It was the first project they ever did together, she said, as she learned the "script editing ropes".
Here's what she revealed:
- On Karen and Harry's ending
Emma Thompson's character weeping in her bedroom broke viewers' hearts as she learned a beautiful necklace bought by husband Harry, played by Alan Rickman, was not actually for her.
We last see them sharing an awkward kiss at the airport - but what happened next?
- On her favourite of the love stories
Bill Nighy's bromance with his producer won it, she said.
- On kissing
Excitedly, she informed her Twitter followers that she had been the one to choreograph the beautiful, romantic smooch between Colin Firth and Lucia Moniz.
- On nepotism
The film is awash with family, friends, and friends of family, as they apparently kept casting close to home.
- On nakedness
Martin Freeman's character spent very little time in his clothes for this film. But fear not - it seems he had a little sock to keep him warm.
- On turtle necks
Oh, so many turtle necks.
- On Rowan the Angel
One of the deleted storylines could have prevented Karen and Harry's unhappy-ever-after, it seems, as Rowan's department store clerk was originally written as a guardian angel.