Sarah Jessica Parker has given fans a rare insight into her family life, while digging out old photos of her son James.
The Sex And The City star, 55, who is famed for playing Carrie Bradshaw, was seen celebrating her boy’s milestone birthday on Instagram by sharing throwback photos from when James was little.
Going through the family archives, Sarah picked out her favourites and James’ resemblance to his dad Matthew Broderick is actually uncanny.
In one super cute photo, Sarah is seen lifting a baby James wearing just a nappy into the air above her head, while in another he is a little older and excitedly running through a huge field.
Sarah, who is known for being notoriously private when it comes to her personal life, wrote a sweet tribute to her son, who she aptly called a ‘first time voter’ ahead of the US presidential election next week.
She said: ‘October 28th, 2020. My beloved son, James Wilkie, On this day, you are 18 years old. I marvel at the passing of those years, but equally the young man you are becoming.
‘My love for you is an ache and an honour. As you leap toward and into your future,
I remain your privileged and steadfast confident and joyful witness to the year ahead.’
Sarah signed off: ‘Happy birthday my first time voter. I love you so. X, Mama.’
James is her eldest child with husband Matthew. She and the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off actor are also parents to twin daughters, Marion, 11, and Tabitha, 11.
Sarah and Matthew were first introduced by one of his brothers and they went on to marry in 1997.
Speaking about parenting in 2018, Sarah, who recently thrilled fans by reuniting with her Hocus Pocus co-stars, described it as ‘painful and exhilarating.’
‘You’re in a constant state of worrying about your children,’ she told Girlboss Radio. ‘It’s very painful and it’s exhilarating. It’s a really interesting way of living in the world.’
Sarah continued: ‘It’s not for everybody, there’s a lot that’s really hard. It’s exhausting and you’re basically just cleaning up after people all day. You’re one big, good, old-fashioned secretary.’
‘All I do is organise people’s lives and get them here and there and all that,’ she joked. ‘But, it’s what I wanted and with that, though, comes witnessing somebody hopefully develop into a really interesting, decent person who contributes something.’
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