Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick expecting twins via a surrogate after years of wanting to add to their family
April 28, 2009
Parkerbroderick_lSarah Jessica Parker, 44, and Matthew Broderick, 47, are expecting twin girls via a surrogate. In a statement, their reps announced, "Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are happily anticipating the birth of their twin daughters later this summer with the generous help of a surrogate. The entire family is overjoyed."
A friend of the couple, who married in 1997, tells Entertainment Weekly exclusively that Parker and Broderick have been trying for years to add to their family ever since the birth of their son, James Wilkie, now 6. But the road hasn't been an easy one. "They had a lot of unsuccessful tries," says the friend. "They came to the conclusion that this was going to be the best alternative for expanding their family." The couple turned to a surrogate -- whose name and place of residence have not been disclosed -- last year. "They're over the moon and excited as any prospective parents would be," says the friend. "Their life is about to get a lot busier."
Parker is filming Did You Hear About the Morgans? a romantic comedy costarring Hugh Grant, and plans to star in and produce a sequel to her 2008 hit Sex and the City. Broderick's latest film, the drama Wonderful World, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 27, and he's currently starring on Broadway in The Philanthropist.