Kristin Davis said she’s not looking to get involved in the ongoing feud between her “And Just Like That…” co-stars Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Before being met with exciting news that Cattrall will finally make an appearance on the hit “Sex and the City” spinoff, fans were disappointed over Samantha Jones’ absence in the reboot.
Despite having a front-row seat to the escalating tensions between the two stars over the years, Davis, 58, isn’t looking to “waste energy” on getting involved in the drama.
“You have to respect people’s wishes. I’m not gonna waste energy on it. I can’t change anybody,” Davis, who plays Charlotte York in “SATC” and “AJLT” told The Telegraph.
“I do understand fans’ feelings — that they’re upset … I wish I could fix it, but I can’t, it’s not in my power,” added Davis, who recently admitted she was “ridiculed relentlessly” for her use of fillers.
It comes as The Post revealed that Cattrall recently filmed a “cliffhanger” scene for the upcoming Season 2 of the hit Max spinoff.
Sources said the 66-year-old made a hugely “hush-hush” cameo that left no paper trail to tip off show workers beforehand — her name never even appeared on a call sheet.
Season 2 will premiere on the newly rechristened Max with 11 episodes on June 22.
A third season of “And Just Like That” has not yet been confirmed.
Things went awry between Cattrall and Parker back in 2010 following the release of the second sequel film, prompting the pair to trade verbal volleys for years.
Their alleged feud seemingly kicked off when Cattrall said she dismissed starring in a third “Sex and the City” movie and suggested that she and her castmates “were never friends” and merely shot scenes together.
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The situation appeared to worsen when Parker reached out to Cattrall on social media after the 2018 death of her brother.
“I don’t need your love or support at this tragic time @sarahjessicaparker,” responded Cattrall, who can be seen co-starring with Robert De Niro in the film “About My Father,” out Friday, May 26.
“Let me make this VERY clear. (If I haven’t already) You are not my family. You are not my friend. So I’m writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your ‘nice girl’ persona,” Cattrall shot back.