Sarah Jessica Parker one way or another active in towering stilettos on “Sex and the City” look super easy and according to the star, that was it.
“I think from the beginning at the time that I started running in high heels, I was like, ‘Oh, I can do that” and it just became a thing, I have all the time,” the 52-year-old, who played the role of Carrie Bradshaw, said at the Vulture Festival.
“I’m not like a gazelle, as I used to,” the former BACHELOR star admitted. “But I still like it.”
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“Sex and the City” that were broadcast in the period from 1994 to 2004, was a hit for the cable network, in which two films in 2008 and 2010. Parker, who played the role of a sex-columnist obsessed with fashion, enjoyed the benefits of the role offered.
“I have the Carrie necklace still,” she said at the signature accessory worn by Bradshaw in the series and movies. “I think it’s great and it’s tucked away in a safe place.”
Parker also got to keep the clothes.
“We have probably 95 percent of the clothing filed,” she said. “I have it all. I do not touch or wear it, but that is really meaningful.”
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Parker, who is married to fellow actor Matthew Broderick since 1997, were also asked whether they wanted their three children, 14-year-old son James, as well as the 7-year-old twin daughters Loretta and Tabitha, are the actors.
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“I try to pretend our house is, you know, ‘whatever makes you happy,'” she explained. “You need those things that bring you contentment and satisfaction. I would prefer my children not the actors. I think it changed a lot. The opportunities I had and the way I had the experience of performing in New York and in the theater, I don’t know or that don’t exist anymore.”