With immense anticipation (waiting more than a decade!), we finally get a glimpse at what Bridget Jones is up to... again.

Rene Zellweger, who starred in the classic 2001 film "Bridget Jones's Diary" as well as its sequel, "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason," will reprise her role as the unlucky, but so lovable character in the third installment.

The actress stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to exclusively debut the first official trailer for "Bridget Jones's Baby." Her surprise cameo will appear on Ellen's March 23 episode.

The third film will follow Bridget as a new mom in her 40s. As fans will remember, the end of the second movie showed Bridget heading off into the sunset engaged and happy to Mark Darcy, yet somewhere along the lines something went wrong.

In "Bridge Jones's Baby," Mark, played by Colin Firth, will surely return, but not alone. The character will battle the one and only Patrick Dempsey for Bridget's affection.

But which handsome man is the father of her child? That will remain a mystery... even for the cast.

Renee told Sunday Express that they had filmed three different endings and will find out with everyone else at the screening of the premiere, set in September 2016.

"It's kind of brilliant. None of the cast knows who fathered Bridget's baby or who she'll choose as her beau. The plan is to keep us all in the dark, right up to the premiere," she said.

The 46-year-old admitted that regardless of the ending, the journey has been quite fun with the cast getting back together.

"It's really a nice reunion with old friends," she told E! News. "And it's always wonderful to be back in London and I love this character so it's been a real treat to get to revisit it again."

The first two films were based off Helen Fielding's novels written in the 1990s. The British writer released a third book in 2013, "Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy;" however it has been announced that the latest film will not follow that plot.

One thing is for sure, we certainly cannot wait to see Bridget "back and bigger than ever" in the film, which is set to be released Sept. 16, 2016.