Kristin Davis: “I Want To Focus On Gemma”

Kristin Davis: "I Want To Focus On Gemma"

Kristin Davis doesn’t have any plans to adopt any more children. Speaking with Anderson Cooper on the Anderson show that airs on Thursday – she said she’s content just concentrating on her daughter Gemma Rose for now.

The 47-year-old actress said, “I had never thought about it because I was so kind of worried about the first. Once she came I was like, ‘Hey I can do this, this is OK.’ So I mull it over, but because I’m a single mom, I want to focus on her and make sure I’m doing a good job first.”

Her character Charlotte in Sex in the City had an adopted daughter named Rose too. However Kristen says that was a coincidence.

I had totally forgotten that on ‘Sex and the City’ I also had a child named Rose and since I did this whole thing in secret I didn’t talk to anybody about the naming or the adopting at all and I didn’t realize the connection. Then we announced and everybody was like, ‘Oh, she named her after her ‘Sex and The City’ baby.”

She added, “I didn’t even consciously [realize it], not at all, not at all. I almost named her Rose as a first name because I kept thinking it’s such a beautiful name. Isn’t it weird? I think it was lodged unconsciously.”

Davis says she has play dates with her former Sex and The City co-stars.

“We are pretty much family at this point. We have worked together for something really crazy, like 15 years,” she said.

“I was here in December, I saw Kim on Broadway. I took my baby and I saw Sarah’s babies. I took my baby and saw Cynthia’s babies. Cynthia’s on Broadway now and I’m going to see her next week. The writers — we all are friends.”

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  1. SiervaMaria

    What a beautiful blessing she has there in that sweet baby! Hey, one or 10, whatever she thinks she can handle it’s her’s to choose and I applaud her for her honesty.

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