Sarah Jessica Parker's rarely seen twins, Tabitha and Marion, look so grown up in new photos
Star of And Just Like That and the new sequel to a Halloween classic, Hocus Pocus 2, Sarah Jessica Parker, recently hit the red carpet to celebrate the new movie coming out and had some very special guests in tow with her: her husband, actor Matthew Broderick, and their rarely seen twin daughters, Tabitha Hodge and Marion Loretta Elwell, aged 13.
The family, minus son James Wilkie, 19, all showed up to support SJP with her new film at the AMC Lincoln Square Theater last night, and it looked like she was over the moon to have them all there. Both Tabitha and Marion also showed their support for another of their mum's work projects by wearing shoes from her SJP Collection line.
Prior to the premiere, Tabitha and Marion have largely remained out of the spotlight, bar making an appearance back in March at their parents' opening night performance for the Broadway revival of Plaza Suite. Perhaps now that they're older, SJP and Matthew are more comfortable with them attending events if they decide they want to.
Speaking in the past about their conception, Sarah Jessica has been very candid about using a a surrogate to welcome her daughters into the world, after having conceived her son naturally at the age of 37.
Opening up about her parenting journey to Vogue US, she previously said, "Meeting your children rather than giving birth to them, it's as if, um, it’s suspended animation. The gestational experience is gone... it’s so different, and equally extraordinary… But it's amazing."
Sarah Jessica has also posted about her children on Instagram in the past, along with photos obscuring their faces, detailing how they were all navigating growing up and changes as a family.
As her two daughters and son headed back to school last year, SJP shared a snap of each of them walking away, with the caption: "In the span of 7 days. One crosses the threshold into his freshman year of college. The other 2 into 7th grade. The house is different. We are different. They need us more. And far less. So many know. Gutted at the time passed. Passing. Exhilarated by the possibilities that await them. The love. The love. The love. X, SJ."
Here's hoping Tabitha and Marion enjoyed the film just as much as we already know we will!
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