Sarah Jessica Parker, the acclaimed actress and star of the iconic TV series Sex and the City, made an unexpected disclosure. Parker revealed in advance of the imminent launch of the sequel series And Just Like That… that her 13-year-old twin daughters, Marion and Tabitha, have never seen Sex and the City.
Despite their mother’s prominent role in the show, the twins have yet to become interested in the popular show. Parker, 58, spoke openly about the revelation, admitting that it may never change and expressing her appreciation for their decision.
Twins Uninterested in Sex And The City
Sarah Jessica Parker told Extra TV that her twin daughters, Marion and Tabitha, who will soon be 14 years old, had shown little interest in watching Sex and the City. Despite her legendary role as Carrie Bradshaw, the character that made her famous, the twins have not felt driven to explore their mother’s television career. Parker acknowledged the situation’s uniqueness, given her involvement in the program and her status as their mom. She voiced her acceptance of their lack of interest, acknowledging that it was unlikely to change. According to Parker, although they are aware of the show’s existence, Sex and the City does not occupy a prominent place in their lives. Watch her interview with Extra TV below.
And Just Like That… Season 2 Excitement
Sarah Jessica Parker also revealed details about the upcoming Season 2 of And Just Like That… In this sequel series, she reprises her role as Carrie Bradshaw. The upcoming season will focus on Bradshaw’s path of grief recovery following the sudden death of Mr. Big, played by Chris Noth. Moreover, fans will see Bradshaw reconnect with Aidan Shaw, played by John Corbett. Parker emphasized her eagerness to learn about Bradshaw’s pleasures, curiosity, and life as a single woman in New York City.
Parker hinted that the new season will have a variety of emotions like joy, absurdity, grief, empathy, and romance. On top of that, fans are looking forward to a surprise appearance by Samantha Jones, played by Kim Cattrall, in the Season 2 finale, which will honor the 25th anniversary of Sex and the City. Parker emphasized her joy at being able to make this happen, despite previous difficulties between her and Cattrall.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s comment about her twin daughters’ disinterest in Sex and the City has intrigued viewers. As she prepares to reprise her role in And Just Like That…, Parker supports her children’s choices and acknowledges that the famous show may not be on their radar. Carrie Bradshaw’s rediscovery in Season 2 will be a rollercoaster of emotions. The series finale’s inclusion of Samantha Jones will be a celebration for fans and a tribute to Sex and the City.