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The 52-year-old and her husband Matthew Broderick are combining their two neighboring townhouses in the West Village, spelling SIX MONTHS of construction work for their neighbors.
This was just 0k below original reported value, although the combined asking price was reportedly once as high as million.
Largely that’s because it’s hard to see Sarah Jessica Parker on an HBO half-hour without being reminded of her earlier, iconic role as Carrie Bradshaw, a single-and-looking sex columnist who follows her heart into and through the contradictions of modern relationships. But she brought an exceptional presence to Carrie, who should have been by all rights a thoroughly frustrating character.
And indeed, she frequently was — but her irritating whimsy and ever-present optimism carried with it the character’s constant struggle to come to terms with how the world was not really made for her essential, undeniable femininity.
"You didn't burn that bridge." Lots of things have definitely changed for Robert since ET's interview with the actor all the way back in 1987.
Check out the flashback video below to see a then incredibly bashful Robert at just 22 years old.
Sarah Jessica Parker has begun construction on a million New York megamansion, Page Six has reported.
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Carrie was, in the opening credits of the show, a pink tutu amid a sea of suits. In “Divorce,” the actress plays Frances, a woman who has already been crushed.
Eighteen years after Carrie’s breathless debut in “Sex and the City,” Frances is introduced to the viewer as a sullen, gimlet-eyed middle-aged woman, disenchanted and disengaged.