• Kim Cattrall will not comment on the Chris Noth sexual assault accusations, a report says
  • The actress reportedly also won't talk about “And Just Like That” to the press
  • Cattrall is “happier” where she is right now because her life is “drama-free,” according to the report

Kim Cattrall is done with playing fan-favorite “Sex and the City” character Samantha Jones and does not regret her decision to turn down the HBO Max revival “And Just Like That,” a report says.

The 65-year-old Hollywood actress is not only doing well in life, but she’s also glad to be “drama-free,” an unnamed source told Us Weekly Monday.

“[She] doesn’t regret not being part of the revival,” the insider added.

The reboot’s premiere in December was rife with controversy as Cattrall’s absence from the project once more put a spotlight on the feud between her and former co-star Sarah Jessica Parker, 56. The two actresses had been involved in a years-long rift that started on the set of the original show.

In addition, not long after the revival aired its first episode, Chris Noth, 67, was plagued with sexual assault allegations from multiple women. The actor vehemently denied the accusations, but the issue has continued to make headlines in recent weeks.

Since Cattrall and Noth had been co-workers on “Sex and the City,” some fans had been waiting for her to address the scandal. However, the insider made it clear that “Kim isn’t going to speak out about the Chris Noth allegations.”

The tipster went on to say that Cattrall won’t even talk about the revival series to the press because she’s “happier where she is in life now” despite turning down a major payday.

Meanwhile, the actress recently paid tribute to her late brother, Chris, on what would have been his 59th birthday. On Sunday, Cattrall shared a throwback photo featuring her sibling on Twitter and wrote a short but sweet caption while remembering him.

“Today would have been my baby brother Chris' 59th b'day. Happy birthday, sweet 'Topher.' We miss you today and every day. RIP #SuicidePrevention,” she wrote.

Chris went missing in Lacombe, Alberta, in Canada back in 2018. At the time, Cattrall asked her fans on social media to help find her brother. Hours later, she updated them with a heartbreaking announcement that Chris had passed away.

Though she did not reveal the cause of death in her post, media reports said that Chris died of suicide.

On Monday, a day after she commemorated her brother’s passing, Cattrall was spotted looking upset and solemn when she and her partner, Russell Thomas, stepped out to have lunch at high-end Italian restaurant Cecconi’s Mayfair in London.

In the photos obtained by Page Six, Cattrall appeared makeup-free as she dined outdoors with Russell. The couple, who covered up with warm clothing, took a stroll after their lunch and sat down on one of the park benches while having a serious conversation.

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Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall
Kim Cattrall recently said that she and Sarah Jessica Parker are not friends. Pictured: Parker, Cattrall arrive at the German premiere of 'Sex And The City' at the cinestar on May 15, 2008 in Berlin, Germany. Getty Images/Andreas Rentz