Anyone but Sarah Jessica Parker cannot forget her family on her big day!
Sarah Jessica Parker appeared with her son James and husband Matthew Broderick at the And Just Like Tha… premiere on Wednesday at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC.
The 56-year-old actress made an impressive entry for the HBO Max event when she stepped out of her car with her family. They were holding hands while the media was capturing them.
Both, the father and son opted for a traditional look. James went for a dark gray suit and Matthew pulled off the look in a black color suit.
The actress, wife, and mother, Parker chose to wear a custom-made dress for the evening and a cape from Oscar de la Renta, Vogue reported. The beautiful dress had an embellished neckline and beading all over.
The customized dress was completed with a slit and a pink color skirt peeking out from the cut-through. The actress wore a pair of dark pink stilettos from her very own brand and accessories from Larkspur and Hawk and Fred Leighton – Vogue reported.
Thursday night’s event also saw a reunion of several actors from the popular show Sex and the City including Chris Noth, Cynthia Nixon, Bridget Moynahan, John Corbett, Bridget Moynahan, and more.
With the new chapter, Parker appeared as a freelance writer who turned into podcaster, Carrie Bradshaw. However she did not face the tribulations and trials that come as a starter pack for a 30-year-old in the Lowe East Side of New York City, but she encounters them in her late 50s.
The story also involves Carrie’s best friends Charlotte York Goldenblatt and Miranda Hobbs “as they navigate the journey from the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 30s to the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s.”
Previously, Parker shared a sneak peek of the series on her Instagram and captioned the post in her signature Carrie Bradshaw style,”I couldn’t help but wonder… where are they now?”
“You, me, New York…anything is possible,” wrote iamkristindavis on Instagram to which Davis responded, “Anything is possible….Meet you there!”
Even though Sex and the City released its finale in 2004, it still connects with a vast audience “I think young women still really relate to this story,” Parker said in an interview with Vogue. “It’s about finding friendships that matter, looking for work that fulfills you, and pursuing love, even when it drags you, bloodied, down the street.”