“I never thought about a wedding dress. Never. Had not one daydream about it,” she shares. “At one point I just simply remember thinking, ‘God, I really hope he asks me to marry him.’ I don’t know when or why. It was fairly early on.”
“I think marriage has a lot of vitality,” she adds. “If you’re fortunate, it’s like this dazzling organism.”
Parker also opens up about her three children with Broderick -- 15-year-old son James Wilkie, and 8-year-old twin daughters Tabitha and Loretta. Parker reveals Tabitha and Loretta actually go to different schools.
“They have different interests,” she says of her twins. “They’re really devoted to each other, but they’ll also say, ‘I need time away from her.’ Tabitha can play by herself for hours. Loretta always needs to be checking in. They go to different schools. That’s Tabitha’s idea.”
As for James, Parker says she couldn't be more proud of how her teenager is growing up.
“Sometimes I just sit on the stairs because [he and his friends] all in the kitchen, eating all the food, and I listen,” she admits. “And I’m so charmed by their conversation. I’m so happy with the young man he’s becoming.”
"If somebody in your life, whether you're in touch with them or not, [is] suffering for any reason, it's involuntary that you want to convey condolences or sadness or just let someone know you're thinking about them," she told ET.
Though clearly, Cattrall wasn't appreciative of the gesture. On Instagram, Cattrall later called Parker "cruel," and accused her of "exploiting" her family's tragedy in order to restore her "nice girl persona."
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