With mom to Broadway! The debut of Sarah Jessica Parker’s daughters on the red carpet
An image of the most familiar that shows how much they have grown their children James, 14, and the twins Marion and Tabitha, 7
Started a stamp of the most familiar. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick took some very special guests to the red carpet. The marriage, which does not usually make public appearances with her children, was presented with her eldest son, James Wilkie, and the twins Marion and Tabitha, at the premiere of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Broadway. It is the debut of the twins Marion and Tabitha, on a red carpet and they did it with their famous parents and their older brother, who has appeared more times in other film releases.
Sarah Jessica Parker, 52, did not hesitate to share this moment with her followers. As they were about to drive to the Lunt-Fontanne theater in New York, he recorded all the members of his family while singing the song It’s a family affair. «Yipee! On the way to see ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ and the whole family in full we go and encourage our dear @scottwittman and @marc_shaiman, «said the actress who keeps a close friendship with Marcus Shaiman, 57, and Scott Wittman, 62 , In charge of the soundtrack and the lyrics of the musical themes.
This appearance shows how much their children have grown, especially James, 14, who wore a plaid shirt, matching tie, and slicked hair. Of course, the attention was also taken by the twins, Tabitha and Marion, who at seven years of age have proven to have inherited the style of their famous mother. Tabitha wore a pink dress with black leggings, a camel camisole and silver shoes, while Marion wore a blue and white floral dress, a pink gown and sequined dancers, as did her mom who for the occasion chose a floral design in Dark tones, a green leather jacket and matching shoes, model Ursula, from her own collection.
On leaving the theater, Sarah Jessica did not hesitate to share her opinion on seeing the musical: «Many very happy people have just left the Lunt-Fontanne Theater in NYC. Tell the Broderick-Parkers among them. «