Sarah Jessica Parker & James: Downtown Duo

Sarah Jessica Parker & James: Downtown Duo

Sarah Jessica Parker walked James Wilkie to school in downtown Manhattan on Thursday morning (April 26). The doting mom adjusted his jacket along the way. She then treated herself to a smoothie after she dropped him off.

On Tuesday night James went out with his parents to support the Broadway show Nice Work If You Can Get It. Matthew Broderick has received good reviews for his role as Jimmy in the Gershwin musical.

And it looks like James has the acting gene. In March at his dad’s 50th birthday party – the 9-year-old got up to sing The Beatles’ Here Comes The Sun.

A guest said, “He’s a little Broadway star in the making!”

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Filed under: James Wilke Broderick ,Sarah Jessica Parker

Photo credit: Pacific Coast News

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  1. Anonymous

    i like how james dress very creative .

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  2. Anonymous

    What’s so creative about a plain pair of pants and a plain shirt? He needs to cut that ridiculous looking hair of his.

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    • Anonymous

      Why would they cut his hair? They don’t think it’s ridiculous, heck, even I don’t think it’s ridiculous. Do you think they should cut it because some anonymous troll who has no bearing on their life thinks it’s ridiculous?

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  3. Anonymous

    I wonder why they are never seen with all three kids…

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  4. Anonymous

    I wonder why we have to have a photograph every time these children are on their way to school. I like seeing the photographs of these famous families as much as the next person, but give us something a bit different! They go to school everyday, so there is nothing new or varied in seeing photographs of them walking there!

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