May 13, 2018

Sarah Jessica Parker shows off her 8-year-old twin daughters during a rare public appearance

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The actress prefers to keep her private life away from the public eye.

Daily Mail reported that Sarah Jessica Parker was accompanied by her twin daughters at a Gala for the New York City Ballet.

The eight-year-old daughters, Marion and Tabitha Broderick, held their mother’s hands as they made a rare public appearance. Parker, who is often seen on the red carpet, has chosen to keep her twin girls and her son, James Wilkie Broderick, out of the public view.

The young girls were seen in floral dresses coupled with white Mary Janes with floral embellishment. They even carried matching floral cardigans as they walked the red carpet


The 53-year-old star was dressed in a white crepe dress with sheer sleeves and a Peter Pan collar and white ribbon trim. Her tresses were tied in a tight ballet bun on top of her head.

Parker, who is also a shoe designer, is part of the New York City Ballet’s 2018 Spring Gala Honorary Committee and helps in organizing the event for fundraising.


She has been a supporter of the NYC Ballet and the NYC arts in general for a long time now.

Parker has managed to keep her children out of the limelight. However, she took an exception for the event and even posted photos of their shoes on her Instagram account.

She wrote, ‘Shoes moving toward @nycballet Spring gala, With my gals.’

Parker spoke about the twins in an interview and said that they were different people with their own distinctive likes and dislikes.

Although they are devoted to each other, they also like to spend some time away. Tabitha, who believes that they should go to different schools, can spend hours playing by herself.



The actress and her whole family made a rare red-carpet appearance at the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory after party on Broadway in 2017. She was accompanied by her husband, Matthew Broderick, and her three children.

 Parker is often spotted with her twin daughters on their regular walk to school in New York City. The trio makes their way to the school like any other set of parents and children. The only difference is that they are followed by the paparazzi.