Sarah Jessica Parker's son looks just like her at And Just Like That premiere

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Sex And The City's Sarah Jessica Parker walked the And Just Like That red carpet with her husband and son, who often stays out of the limelight, and fans couldn't believe how similar they are. Those cheekbones!

The day is finally here: the long-awaited SATC revival has dropped on Sky Comedy and NOW, and fans can rejoin the likes of Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes and Charlotte York as they experience life in their 50s.

Understandably, the launch night for the new show featured a glamorous HBO Max event at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City on Wednesday night [8 December.]

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SJP, 56, attended with her husband Matthew Broderick and eldest child, son James Wilkie Broderick, who recently turned 19. Sex And The City fans might remember when SJP was photographed holding James outside Lennox Hill Hospital way back in 2002, while he also attended various photo calls for the show back in the early 2010s.

Recently, Sarah and Matthew, who have been married since 1997, celebrated James' 19th birthday with a sweet Instagram post. The actress wrote, "He is 19. Today. He doesn't wake with us. He is in his life. Away. In his studies. Among new friends. Sending home details. There is so much to tell. New adults making lasting impressions.

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"Opening his still young eyes. New thoughts. New books. New and different mornings. On this one, it's bittersweet. Not to be with him. To wish him the most happiest of birthdays. Our Scorpio. Our Oct baby. Our JW. Happy Birthday. Balloons. Candles. Hoping every birthday wish to come true. Xxx, Mama."

So sweet!

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