Sarah Jessica Parker’s Family Stroll

Sarah Jessica Parker gets a helping hand from James

Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker was all smiles with her three children on Tuesday (November 20) in New York City. James Wilkie, 9, pushed his sister Tabitha, 3, in the stroller while her twin Loretta got a push from the nanny.

Dressed for the cold weather, SJP was spotted in a puffy polka dot jacket. The group were headed to school on the chilly NYC morning.

The kids’ father is Sarah Jessica’s longtime love, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off star Matthew Broderick.

The Emmy Award-wining actress, 47, will appear in the feature film Lovelace as Gloria Steinem, and in the upcoming flick, Escape from Planet Earth.

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  1. Anonymous

    Aside from the twin in the pink pants, they don’t make cute kids.

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  2. Susan

    Isn`t it so warm in NY that pink leggins and no socks are enough. I will never understand those mothers, never. She is always in warmer cloth then her kids.

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  3. Lil

    Cute pics, haters-if you can’t say anything nice about young children, Keep it to Yourself(KARMA)!

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  4. Anonymous

    This picture was taken yesterday in NYC where the high was only 49 degrees. It was also taken in the morning where it was probably about 10 degrees colder so yes she is a moron for dressing her child on a cold morning without socks or a hat.

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    • Anonymous

      Clearly, you know better than she does what her children need. I hope you’ve forwarded this photo to Child Protective Services so they can get right on the case!

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