The One Thing Sarah Jessica Parker Would Change About Her Wedding Day
It all comes down to how she shopped.
Sarah Jessica Parker is known for her fashion, both on (hello, Carrie Bradshaw) and off the screen. But just like the rest of us, she's had some doubts about what she's worn in the past-specifically, on her wedding day.
To promote her new HBO show, Divorce, the actress joined Andy Cohen this Thursday on Watch What Happens Live. While discussing her nearly 20-year marriage with actor Matthew Broderick, Cohen asked what we've all been wondering: "What made you decide to where black on your wedding day? I personally find it badass."
"Oh, I wish it was because I was a badass. I just was too embarrassed to spend any time looking for a wedding dress," revealed SJP. "There was a store that I liked that I knew, and I just went and got whatever they had hanging."
Though fans (including Cohen) have expressed love for the star's unconventional choice, Parker still has her doubts, telling her host that she'd "do it differently" if she had a second chance.
As for her relationship with Broderick, put those Divorce fears aside. Noting the show's plot as entirely separate from her own life, Parker had this to say: "When you're an actor, I think, you don't always have to use your own life to inform [your work]."
She told reporters at the show's New York City premiere the same story: "You know, any job is very separate for me-it always has been." In fact, the couple's so comfortable with the script that Broderick-who according to Parker is "fantastic for so many reasons"-helps the actress with her lines. "It's kind of fun-and also, it's fiction, you know," he shared with People.
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