Sarah Jessica Parker, 57, has a twin and it’s her son! The actress’ oldest youngster, James Broderick, 19, confirmed off comparable options to his mother when he stepped out along with his dad Matthew Broderick to attend a particular occasion celebrating the actor’s cowl on Haute Residing journal this week. He regarded good-looking in a black and white go well with and tie as he posed close to his well-known father, who additionally regarded nice in a navy blue go well with and tie, at Zero Bond in New York Metropolis, the place the dinner occasion came about.
Though Sarah and her different two children, 12-year-old twins Marion and Tabitha, didn’t be a part of James and Matthew for the particular night time out, it was nice to see the bond between the daddy and son as they mingled with one another and different company. Matthew additionally fortunately posed solo close to a giant show of his cowl picture, which confirmed him sitting and carrying a go well with and tie much like the one he was carrying that night time. He additionally accessorized along with his spherical black framed glasses.
Earlier than Matthew and James’ newest outing, they made headlines once they attended the Neil Simon Broadway play Plaza Suite together with Sarah, Marion, and Tabitha in March. All of them lovingly posed on the pink carpet collectively and James bought to point out off his top when he stopped for a photograph in between his two little sisters. The blokes wore go well with and ties as they often do for large occasions, and Sarah and the ladies wore beautiful modern clothes.
When James isn’t attending fancy outings along with his mother and father, he’s attending Brown College in Rhode Island. He began the celebrated college after graduating from highschool final 12 months. Sarah took to Instagram to commemorate the special day and ship him love, and she or he additionally posted a poem when he left to attend Brown.
“Within the span of seven days. One crosses the brink into his freshman 12 months of faculty. The opposite 2 into seventh grade. The home is completely different. We’re completely different,” she wrote alongside a photograph of James from behind as he walked away. “They want us extra. And much much less. So many know. Gutted on the time handed. Passing. Exhilarated by the probabilities that await them. The love. The love. The love.”