TV talk show host Andy Cohen became nostalgic after sharing a throwback picture of himself with actress and best friend Sarah Jessica Parker on social media.
"#TBT to a night out when times were simpler. What I'd do to be walking into Lincoln Center right now!"
Cohen and Parker's friendship has been flourishing for decades. The duo seems to love posting old pictures on social media to show their appreciation of one another.
The "Hocus pocus" actress previously relived a memory on Instagram where she and Cohen were seen in a snap taken during their filming of "Sex and the City" series.
While reminiscing, Parker penned a short and sweet message to Cohen. She wrote how the TV host's presence has made her life meaningful for years.
"Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker in a pastel pink and white blouse ensemble. Photo: Getty Images
On how Cohen landed a role with Parker, the "Watch What Happens Live" host revealed his failed attempt to be a part of the "Sex and the City" TV series.
Cohen also said that he once begged Parker to let him run the movie lines with her. But his audition for a role as a party planner failed to impress the actress.
Though he did not get the part, Cohen became an extra for two episodes. He played a shirtless guy in a gay bar in season 4 and a shoe salesman in season 6.
Parker and Cohen's friendship has remained solid over the years, and even in the midst of the current pandemic. In May, the two had a short reunion outside the actress's West Village townhouse.
Cohen, who was with his one-year-old son, Benjamin, chatted with the "Footloose" star and her 17-year-old son James at the actress's house's stairs. They all maintained a safe distance.
Before they rested by the stairs, Parker filmed Cohen's baby walking on the street. It was a priceless moment captured by the actress.
Since there is no Met Gala this year, the longtime friends cannot walk the red carpet in style. Cohen posted on Instagram a socially-distanced selfie with the multi-awarded actress with a hashtag "#MetGala."
Instead of showing off their designer clothes and branded shoes, the duo wore face masks. Parker also posted the same picture with a sweet caption, "now and then."
Cohen has been Parker's frequent date in red carpet events, including the Met Gala. Many fans adore their relationship, describing them as "friendship goals."
Earlier, Parker opened up her thoughts about working with her husband, Matthew Broderick. She said she did not know her husband's acting capabilities.
The couple recently professionally reunited for a Broadway show "Plaza Suite," after two decades of being together. The actress described her collaboration with her husband as "strange."