The Heartstopper cast sent the best message to anti-LGBTQ+ protesters at this year’s London Pride

Some Heartstopper cast members on the show's float at Saturday's London Pride

Some Heartstopper cast members on the show’s float at Saturday’s London Pride

Some Heartstopper cast members on the show’s float at Saturday’s London Pride

THE Heart stroke the actors were present in force at Pride of London throughout the weekend, with a joyous spectacle as they traveled the streets of the capital on their own float.

In addition to delighting fans of the popular Netflix teen series, the cast also sent the best message to the anti-LGBTQ+ protesters who also showed up to Saturday’s event.

They were seen giving the middle finger to the counter-protest and blowing kisses as they danced and lived their best lives for Kylie MinogueThe hit single Padam Padam.

Video footage captured by Pink News showed actors including Joe Locke, Kit Connor, William Gao, Sebastian Croft, Corinne Brown And Tobie Donovan respond to protesters.

Cast members also had a similar reaction to another protest during last year’s London Pride, as they attended the event for the first time since Heartstopper’s release last April.

The second series of the series is expected to arrive later this year, with a third also already confirmed.

To coincide with Pride, Netflix released an official trailer for the new season:

While it didn’t reveal much in terms of storylines, in May, Netflix shared the first photos of the cast on set.

In one photo, Kit and Joe look loved up as Nick and Charlie while they are apparently on a school trip to Paris, while another sees Tara and Darcy (played by Corinna Brown and Kizzy Edgell) together on a roof.

There was also a new photo of Tao (William Gao) and Elle (Yasmin Finney) on what appears to be their first date.

The first series of Heartstopper is now streaming on Netflix.