Samantha trying for baby in new SATC movie?

Samantha trying for baby in new SATC movie?

Kim Cattrall’s character tries to get pregnant in the new ‘Sex and the City’ movie.

The actress – who plays sex-obsessed PR guru Samantha Jones in the hit film and TV series – was spotted carrying her script for the highly-anticipated film which revealed her alter-ego is using testosterone hormones, which are sometimes taken to help women conceive.

In one scene between Samantha and her assistant Meghan, the blonde maneater knocks over a container of hormones and orders Meghan to go and get some more.

Samantha tells her: “I'm going to need you to go on a testosterone run.”

Meghan replies: “I'll do it first thing tomorrow.”

However, Samantha is not impressed and informs her: “I'll call the pharmacy and tell them you are on your way.”

Testosterone is taken by both men and women if they have fertility problems.

As well as pregnancy rumours, Samantha’s ex-boyfriend Smith Jerrod – played by Jason Lewis - is to make a return after she dumped him at the end of the last movie.

The new ‘Sex and the City’ film will be released next May.

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