Queen things! Sarah Jessica Parker looked like legit royalty in a purple jeweled dress for the Divorce premiere in New York City on Tuesday, October 4.
The actress, 51, floated on the red carpet in a deep purple lace Dolce & Gabbana midi dress sprinkled with an assortment of rhinestones on the bodice, which she paired with bronze pumps from her SJP Collection shoe line. Since the number already had so much sparkle, she accessorized with a few rings and understated drop earrings that were visible with her high bun.
Instead of Instagramming her #OOTD, the star shared a photo of her place setting at the dinner with a sweet caption the next day. “Given a place at the table to celebrate,” she wrote October 5. “One of many wonderful memories from last night, the red carpet screening of @divorceonhbo. You know I love a countdown. T-minus 4 days and 13 hours until the official premiere on @hbo. 10/9 at 10pm EST. X, SJ.”
Parker, who was joined at the premiere by husband Matthew Broderick, snapped a picture of her longtime hairstylist, Serge Normant, posing with a poster of her and her Divorce costar Thomas Haden Church. “Well, there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded,” she joked.
The mom of James, 13, and twins Tabitha and Marion, 7, also took time to give Us relationship advice on the carpet. When we asked for her secret to being in a successful marriage, she gave a simple (and easy!) suggestion: “Not talking about my marriage.”
Aside from her dress, another major moment on the carpet was her mini–Sex and the City reunion. Cynthia Nixon (who played Miranda) and Mario Cantone (who played Charlotte’s friend Anthony Marentino) showed up to support Parker at Tuesday’s premiere. Although Sex and the City 2 hit box offices in 2010, devoted fans can still hold on to hope. Parker, who starred as Carrie Bradshaw, hinted at a possible part three when reporters asked about another reunion. “I don’t know, we’ll see!” she said. “You never know.”
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