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Quiz: which Love Actually character are you?

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Love Actually first hit our screens way back in 2003, bringing with it a plethora of important love lessons (never trust someone who buys you a Joni Mitchell CD – fact), iconic quotes, questionable romantic gestures and incredible music.

Best of all, Richard Curtis’ unashamedly mushy film gave us plenty of lovable characters. Every single Christmas, we’ve cried with Emma Thompson’s Karen, rushed through the airport with Thomas Brodie-Sangster’s Sam, served up chocolate biscuits with Martine McCutcheon’s Natalie, nursed an office crush with Laura Linney’s Sarah, raised eyebrows everywhere with Bill Nighy’s Billy Mack, and tackled grief head-on with Liam Neeson’s Daniel.


Read more: The facts you never knew about Love Actually


Of course, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Ever since Donald Trump came into power, we’ve imagined more than once Hugh Grant’s Prime Minister giving him a rousing speech about David Beckham’s right foot. And what about the small, unnamed octopus child that taught us eight really is a lot of legs? Exactly.

To celebrate the hugely overdue Love Actually sequel we’ve designed a highly scientific quiz that will tell you exactly which of the iconic romcom’s characters you’re most like. No backsies, no returns and all answers are final.

Good luck…

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