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Emily In Paris star Lily Collins reunites with co-stars in St Tropez as filming continues for season two of Netflix show

Lily Collins, Camille Razat and Ashley Park are in the South of France (Picture: Instagram/Netflix)

The Emily in Paris cast has been reunited in the sunny South of France.

Actress Lily Collins, 32, shared a picture of herself on Instagram on Saturday alongside Camille Razat, 27, and Ashley Park, 29, to celebrate finishing the first week of filming on season two of the Netflix hit.

The trio looked stylish and dressed for the warm French Riviera weather as they posed in front of the calm Mediterranean Sea and a cloudless blue sky in St. Tropez.

Lily captioned the snap: ‘The girls are back. Reunited and it feels so good! @emilyinparis @camillerazat @ashleyparklady…’

The picture picked up more than a million likes in just a few hours, proving fans are excited about the show’s return.

Streaming giant Netflix confirmed last November the series would be returning to screens as they kept with the French theme and wrote: ‘Béret exciting news. Emily in Paris will return for season 2. Oui oui!’ cast, including Lily, Ashley and Lucas Bravo also featured in a video which saw them celebrating and declaring ‘deux’ (‘two’) to the camera.

After a range of bizarre celebrations, the clip ends with the caption: ‘Deux is always better than un.

‘Emily In Paris will return for season 2!’

Another tweet read: ‘Friendly reminder Emily in Paris is supposed to be pronounced with a French accent so “Emily” and “Paris” rhyme.’

The series follows marketing pro and influencer-in-the-making Emily (Lily) who lands in the capital from the US for a new job and immediately falls into the bad books of snooty boss Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) and co-worker Julien (Samuel Arnold).

From there, Emily explores the fashion and dating worlds of Paris with her new bestie Mindy (Ashley) in tow.

However, it faced backlash from critics who accused it of overusing French stereotypes.

Lily later responded to the backlash, telling Vogue Arabia: ‘As disheartening as it sometimes is to read these things, it’s also a gift; you’re being allowed to improve.’

Lucas, who stars as chef Gabriel, said that while he ‘understands all the critics’, he is ‘so happy and grateful’ to have taken part in the show.

‘I’m just so happy and grateful, and it’s humbling to see how people are responding to it,’ the French actor recently told People.

‘I understand all the critics – I am French, I know what they feel, how they feel and why they would feel that, but it’s a positive feeling.’

Credit: Original article published here.

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