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Infrequent, brief and discreet portrayals of female upper-body frontal nudity are featured, albeit in a non-sexual context.

There are some scenes of nudity present in the film, including one where some women are shown lifting their T-shirts and revealing their breasts.


The film also contains some visual and verbal sexual references.

These include verbal references where the characters discuss sexual activities or make reference to the male genitalia.


There is also a brief scene where two men are seen lip locking during a wedding ceremony that they are attending. The relationship between these two peripheral characters is not clearly established and there is no further development to the scene.

The film contains many utterances of the expletive "f**k", thus making the film more appropriate for an older teen audience.

The third film in the Bridget Jones franchise, 'Bridget Jones's Baby' revolves around the protagonist Bridget Jones who is single again after her break-up with Mark Darcy. As she gets into a new relationship, she discovers that she is pregnant but has to figure out who is the father of her child.

Rated R for language, sex references and some nudity

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