Sarah Jessica Parker Wears Wedding Gown to Golden Globes, Says Hairdo Was 'Subconscious' Carrie Fisher Nod

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The stunning 51-year-old Divorce actress interestingly enough chose to rock a wedding dress from famed designer Vera Wang's Fall 2017 bridal line to Sunday’s Golden Globes.
Further proof that SJP had bride on the brain? She revealed during NBC's pre-show that the style was inspired by how her own mom wore her hair on her wedding day.
"Actually, there's a photograph of my mother getting married, and her hair is like this, so I mentioned it in conversation with Serge Normant, who does my hair. And though we didn't think we were going to do this, this ended up being what we did," she said.
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When it was pointed out to the HBO star that the look also resembled the late Carrie Fisher's signature Princess Leia hairdo, Parker replied, "I didn't mean for that, perhaps it was in my subconscious," adding, "perhaps it's a tiny little nod at a very grand person."
Sex & the City fans will, of course, remember that SJP’s character and Fisher, who played herself, had a memorable "I'm Carrie, you're Carrie" scene during an episode in season three.
Parker's decision to go wedding-chic to Sunday's star-studded event follows a recent interview where she expressed regret over choosing to wear a black gown on the day of her nuptials to husband Matthew Broderick, nearly 20 years ago.

"Oh, I wish it was because I was badass," she told pal Andy Cohen during an October 2016 episode of Watch What Happen Live. "I just was too embarrassed to spend any time looking for a wedding dress. There was a store that I liked that I knew, and I just went and got whatever they had hanging."
Even though Cohen was very complimentary of her decision, Parker said, "No, I would do it differently."
Well, if the Golden Globes was her second chance to stun in a white gown, she certainly nailed it!
ET's Nancy O’Dell caught up with Parker on the red carpet, where she and fellow actress Kerry Washington just could not get enough of each other when they crossed paths during the interview.