‘Blue Bloods’ Star Bridget Moynahan Stuns in New Snap from ‘And Just Like That’

by Joe Rutland
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We all know that Bridget Moynahan is part of the Blue Bloods cast. But she also is doing double-time over on And Just Like That.

Moynahan, who plays Assistant District Attorney Erin Reagan on the CBS police drama, is popping up on the Sex and the City spin-off. In that original HBO series, she played Natasha Naginsky-Mills. Moynahan is playing the same character here, too.

Hey, Outsiders, she sent out this new snap from the HBO Originals show. Let’s take a look at what Moynahan is sharing with us today.

This is one snappy picture of Moynahan, indeed.

What did her Blue Bloods fans say about this snap?

One simply writes, “Beautiful woman”. Another one says, “UR so, so beautiful and young looking x”.

Other comments included, “You’re the bomb!”, “I love that smile lady”, and ” Even with flats LOL you look absolutely fabulous”.

These good words might also be from those who remember her from the original HBO series.

Well, we do know that Moynahan will be on a new episode of Blue Bloods this Friday at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central, on CBS.

‘Blue Bloods’ Actress Had Trouble Getting Through A Dinner Scene

OK, so if you have watched the police drama for any length of time, then you know that the Reagan family – led by NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan, played by Tom Selleck – loves having dinner together.

It is just one of those things that bring them closer together. It also is one of the favorite Blue Bloods scenes for fans to watch.

But there was one of these scenes that Moynahan just had trouble getting through on the set.

Recently, she sat down with Live with Kelly and Ryan hosts Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest to chat about memorable dinners.

Seacrest asks, “Is there anything that you really didn’t want to eat that you had to eat?”

Well, yes, there was and Moynahan points out a scene early in the series’ run.

The family sat down to chow down on an “interesting intersection of foods” identified as a mushu-pork calzone.

Moynahan says, “I had to talk about it on screen so I had to eat it every single time.”

Ripa follows up with a jab at Seacrest, saying, “I don’t think you understand how many takes that is.” Moynahan says the scene took four hours to complete. She spent all that time eating this food.

“Try it!” the actress says. Well, maybe we will just go for some old-fashioned food that we know tastes good. Keep your eyes open, though, for those fabulous dinner scenes.

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