Cattrall: 'Scary' dating makes me feel 14 again

Cattrall: 'Scary' dating makes me feel 14 again

Kim Cattrall finds dating "scary but exciting" but it makes her feeling like she's 14 again.

The three-times-married ‘Meet Monica Velour’ star split from long-term partner Alan Wyse in 2009, and her single status has given her a new lease of life.

Speaking about her love life, she told E! News: "It’s pretty good. I'm dating, getting out there. It's scary but also it's exciting. It's both of those things. It's a tight rope, you know? It's feeling like you're 14 again, which you kind of like when you're 54."

The blonde actress – best known for her role as Samantha Jones in the 'Sex and the City' TV series and films – also revealed she has no plans to go back to regular TV work any time soon.

She added: "I'm having such a good time being footloose and fancy free and not having to check in and say, 'Is it OK if I do this or do that?' There's no mom and pop standing over me. I enjoy that."

Cattrall isn’t sure if there will be a third 'Sex and the City' movie.

She added: "I have to say, I really don't think so, maybe a prequel. But I don't know. I think that everybody who could make this happen in the sense of the script and directing has gone on to other things, and I really wish them all the best."

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