Fans are really hoping for a season 3 of “The Carrie Diaries,” but while they wait for the official premiere news, AnnaSophia Robb told Fashion & Style exclusively about what she learned from her character Carrie Bradshaw.

We caught up with the 20-year-old blonde actress on the red carpet of the “Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents LEGENDS” show at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Thursday, Feb. 20.

We asked what’s one thing she learned from her popular character Carrie Bradshaw.

“I feel like I have been better at accessorizing and matching and mixing patterns,” Robb said.

Then she joked, “But that’s not really from Carrie. That’s from Eric Daman.”

It’s still up in the air if there is going to be a season 3 after the recent season 2 finale, titled “Run to You,” which aired on Jan. 31.

Of course, fans want to see Carrie back to finish high school in the 1980s as she is still navigating love, sex, friendship, and family in Manhattan.

Along with Robb, the cast includes Austin Butler, Ellen Wong, Katie Findlay, Stefania Own, Brendan Dooling, Freena Agyeman, and Matt Letscher.

“The Carrie Diaries” executive producer Amy B. Harris was optimistic about a season 3.

“Please god yes,” Harris told Zap2it about plans for season 3 with a laugh. “I’m hopeful we’ll get a third season. The numbers that we’re doing on Friday night are not surprising. We have a very young audience, and they tend not to be home on a Friday night — they’re watching it on DVR and Hulu and streaming and all of those numbers counted for us last year so I have to hope it’s the same for us this year.”

She also said that she planned the season finale as one instead of a series finale, but that if it is the last episode, people won’t be left unsatisfied.

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AnnaSophia Robb is Carrie Bradshaw. Not just on the CW’s Sex and the City prequel The Carrie Diaries, but in real life. It’s like the way your friends say “I’m so Carrie,” just because they use their oven for storage, only when AnnaSophia says it, it’s because she’s walking down a runway during Fashion Week in a pair of shoes worth more than your rent. Cosmopolitan.com caught up with her at the Alice & Olivia show during New York Fashion Week — just one of the many on her full roster — where she told us about all her “Carrie Moments.”

“When I did the Red Dress event I felt like Carrie,” she says of her runway debut on the opening night of Fashion Week where non-models walk the runway. “I was like, I feel like I’m having a Carrie Bradshaw moment!” Lucky for AnnaSophia she didn’t eat it like Carrie did, not that she would have cared. “You know, at first I was nervous because I really — I have no experience walking down a runway and then as I was about to go on, Joan Jett comes over, and I said, ‘Do you have any tips?’ And she says, ‘Oh ya, you look up, you cross your feet, and just have fun.’ If I got advice from Joan Jett, I mean my night is made, I don’t care if I fall down or not!”

Rubbing shoulders with New York celebrities is one thing, but you can’t be Carrie without a solid shoe collection and she’s got that too, “Every time I buy an expensive pair of shoes I feel like I have a Carrie moment,” says AnnaSophia, who just happens to be wearing a pair of Valentinos at that moment, “I’m having a Carrie moment right now!”

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