The third chapter of the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before saga is on its way and Netflix just unveiled the trailer, showing that our girl Lara Jean has some tough obstacles to overcome and hasn’t she been through enough already? (Choosing between Peter Kavinsky and John Ambrose was no easy feat, I’m sure)

In the first trailer for Netflix’s To All The Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean (Lana Candor) must figure out what the future of her and Peter’s (Noah Centineo) relationship looks like now after he got accepted to Stanford in California and she didn’t. To make things even more difficult, Lara Jean seems to be loving the New York lifestyle which is pretty damn far from her boo.

Peep the full trailer below:

The upcoming To All The Boys film, which the cast filmed back-to-back with the second movie, marks the final instalment in the franchise based on Jenny Han’s young adult series.

Last year, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Condor teased a few To All the Boys 3 details about Lara Jean’s romantic and personal journey.

“I definitely think that she’s grown from the first one, but she’s still finding herself, and as all of us humans do, we continue to find ourselves for the rest of our lives,” she said.

She also discussed the character’s growth from the first To All The Boys film until now, which feels like a lifetime ago, dunnit?

“I definitely think that she’s grown from the first one, but she’s still finding herself, and as all of us humans do, we continue to find ourselves for the rest of our lives,” she said of her character.

“She’s becoming more confident, but she’s trying to figure out how to communicate. You know, in the middle of the movie, I just wanted to scream at her and be like, ‘Just tell them,’ but that’s the lesson we’re trying to teach. It’s really hard to have these tough conversations and to communicate. But ultimately, being truthful and straightforward is the way to go.”

To All The Boys: Always and Forever premieres February 12 on Netflix.