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Sarah Jessica Parker celebrates her and Matthew Broderick’s twin daughters’ 15th birthday



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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s twin daughters are 15. Getty Images

Sarah Jessica Parker’s twins are growing up!

The “Sex and the City” alum celebrated Tabitha Hodge and Marion Loretta’s 15th birthday on Saturday with a glimpse of their party.

“2 divine 15 year olds,” the actress, 59, captioned an Instagram photo of balloons over the weekend. “We are so lucky and we love you so. Happy birthday to our dearest Loretta and Tabitha.”

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The actress celebrated Marion and Tabitha via Instagram. sarahjessicaparker/Instagram
Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, son and twin daughters
She called the birthday girls “divine.” Bruce Glikas/WireImage

The “And Just Like That” star concluded, “Celebrating you both today was pure joy. X, Mama.”

Parker shares her daughters with husband Matthew Broderick, as well as their 21-year-old son, James.

While the couple, who have been married since 1997, keep their kids off of social media, the little ones have made rare red carPet appearances over the years.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, son and twin daughters
“We are so lucky and we love you so,” she gushed. WireImage
Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, son and twin daughters
She and Broderick are also the parents of son James. James Wilkie Broderick / Instagram

Tabitha and Marion most recently attended the “Hocus Pocus 2” and “Some Like It Hot” premieres in 2022.

As for James, he attended the “No Hard Feelings” premiere with his dad in June 2023.

Parker gave rare insight into her parenting in April, explaining to “Ruthie’s Table 4” podcast listeners why she lets her daughters eat as much sugar as they want.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick and twin daughters
Their kids rarely make red carpet appearances. Getty Images
Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, son and twin daughters
They primarily stay out of the spotlight. Bruce Glikas/WireImage

“When I had girls, I didn’t want them to have a relationship with food that was antagonistic and to see it as an enemy,” she said at the time.

In the “Hocus Pocus” star’s own childhood home, “sugar … chocolate and cookies” were banned.

“I didn’t want that for them,” Parker added. “In our house, we have cookies, we have cake, we have everything. And as a result, you have a better relationship.”

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
The couple wed in 1997. Dave Benett/Getty Images
Sarah Jessica Parker
They welcomed their twins via surrogate in 2009. GC Images

She went on to say that her girls “will have the figures they have, and hopefully they’ll be Healthy.”

Parker noted, “They’re athletes and they enjoy food and have different palates. I hope that they can maintain their affection for the experience and their delight in taste.”

Her and Broderick’s twins were born via surrogate in 2009, seven years after James’ arrival.