The Bridget Jones's Baby film poster is out – and it's as funny as we imagined!

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We thought we couldn't be any more excited about the upcoming third Bridget Jones film. But we were wrong. The official international poster for Bridget Jones's Baby has been unveiled and now we're officially counting down the days until it is released later this year.

Production company Miramax revealed the poster on Wednesday morning through Twitter: "Bridget's big pants are about to get a whole lot bigger. Check out the int'l teaser poster for #BridgetJonesBaby."

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Bridget Jones is back - and her big pants are even bigger!

The new film shows a different side to loveable Bridget, played by Renee Zellweger. When her happily-ever-after with Mark Darcy doesn't quite go to plan, she takes a different approach to life. Focusing her attention on her career and friends, Bridget – now in her forties – has an amazing new job as a TV producer and spends her free time crowd surfing at Ed Sheeran concerts.

But, as usual, things don't run quite as smoothly as Bridget had hoped. Before she knows it, the unlucky-in-love woman with a penchant for large knickers finds herself involved in another love triangle, after a chance meeting with Colin Firth's Mark Darcy and an introduction to eligible billionaire Jack Qwant, played by Patrick Dempsey.

How is Bridget going to get herself out of this mess?

This time, though, it's not just a standard Bridget Jones love tringle, culminating in a water fountain scuffle. Bridget is pregnant, and either of the men could be the father. In the trailer released earlier this month, she narrates: "Aside from one tiny development, everything is completely under control… sort of."

Hilariously and so typical of Bridget, one of the scenes from the teaser clip shows her taking both Mark and Jack to the 'first' scan – much the bemusement of her sonographer, portrayed by Emma Thompson.

The film - set for a September release - looks like it's going to be just as good as the first two – meaning we're almost over the fact Hugh Grant 's character Daniel Cleaver isn't making an appearance.

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