Sarah Jessica Parker, 57, has a twin and it’s her son! The actress’ oldest child, James Broderick, 19, showed off similar features to his mom when he stepped out with his dad Matthew Broderick to attend a special event celebrating the actor’s cover on Haute Living magazine this week. He looked handsome in a black and white suit and tie as he posed near his famous father, who also looked great in a navy blue suit and tie, at Zero Bond in New York City, where the dinner event took place.
Although Sarah and her other two kids, 12-year-old twins Marion and Tabitha, didn’t join James and Matthew for the special night out, it was great to see the bond between the father and son as they mingled with each other and other guests. Matthew also happily posed solo near a big display of his cover photo, which showed him sitting and wearing a suit and tie similar to the one he was wearing that night. He also accessorized with his round black framed glasses.
Before Matthew and James’ latest outing, they made headlines when they attended the Neil Simon Broadway play Plaza Suite along with Sarah, Marion, and Tabitha in March. They all lovingly posed on the red carpet together and James got to show off his height when he stopped for a photo in between his two little sisters. The guys wore suit and ties as they usually do for big events, and Sarah and the girls wore gorgeous fashionable dresses.
When James isn’t attending fancy outings with his parents, he’s attending Brown University in Rhode Island. He started the prestigious university after graduating from high school last year. Sarah took to Instagram to commemorate the special occasion and send him love, and she also posted a poem when he left to attend Brown.
“In the span of 7 days. One crosses the threshold into his freshman year of college. The other 2 into 7th grade. The house is different. We are different,” she wrote alongside a photo of James from behind as he walked away. “They need us more. And far less. So many know. Gutted at the time passed. Passing. Exhilarated by the possibilities that await them. The love. The love. The love.”