Kristin Davis: SJP Surrogate Break-In a "Very Serious Situation"

Celebrity Moms Jun. 19, 2009 AT 8:06PM
Kristin Davis and Sarah Jessica Parker at the German premiere of 'Sex And The City' at the Cinestar movie theatre on May 15, 2008 in Berlin, Germany. Kristin Davis and Sarah Jessica Parker at the German premiere of 'Sex And The City' at the Cinestar movie theatre on May 15, 2008 in Berlin, Germany. Credit: Anita Bugge/WireImage.com

As two police chiefs are being investigated for breaking into the home of Sarah Jessica Parker's surrogate mother to sell information to a tabloid, Kristin Davis tells Usmagazine.com how her friend is doing.

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"It is obviously a very serious situation, but everything is okay as far as I know right now," Davis told Us at the Russell James Art Book launch in Santa Monica Thursday.

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A law enforcement source told Us Wednesday that the two broke into the woman's Ohio home in May seeking information but were then turned in by a tabloid after it discovered how the material was obtained.

Matthew Broderick's rep said in a statement that the couple has "complete faith in the legal system" and "looks forward to the healthy delivery of their daughters later on this summer."

Davis, too, said she can't wait to welcome her Sex and the City costar's twin girls.

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"We obviously are eagerly awaiting the birth of the babies," she told Us. "Of course, I am thrilled."

Although the star said that she read the script for the upcoming SATC sequel, which they will begin filming in August, she won't reveal any plotlines, including a rumor that Parker will become pregnant.

"I cannot give you any hints," she teased. "I am contractually obligated not to give you any hints."

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