By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Here come the girls! Sarah Jessica Parker took her daughters Marion and Tabitha for a stroll through the streets of New York yesterday
Sarah Jessica Parker took her adorable twin daughters out for a stroll through the snowy streets of New York yesterday.
The 18-month-old girls, named Tabitha and Marion, were wrapped up warm as the actress, 45, and a female friend escorted them around the West Village area of Manhattan.
Dressed in Uggs, black leggings and a long black parka jacket, the Sex And The City star looked comfortable and relaxed as she smiled and laughed at her little ones.
The stylish mother had dressed both girls in matching jackets with contrasting leggings and shoes.
They both had their hair parted identically with little bows above their ears.
The group headed into a Little Marc Jacobs store for a browse of the children's clothes before heading back towards the West Village town-home Sarah shares with her husband.
First shopping trip: The group headed into a Little Marc Jacobs store for a brows of the baby clothes
In an interview with January's Elle magazine, Parker, who is most famous for her role as Carrie Bradshaw, spoke about welcoming her twins, who were born to a surrogate following years of unsuccessful fertility treatment.
Proud mother: Sarah also has a son, James Wilkie, with husband Matthew Broderick
'Meeting them is hard to describe,' she said. 'Everything is suspended. I can’t even tell you what other sounds were in the room.
'I loved them immediately, but everything - their size, the shape of their heads, the color of their hair, their noses, their eyes - was new to me.
'They looked surprisingly different from James Wilkie, which I wasn’t expecting.'
Sarah and her husband of 13 years Matthew Broderick welcomed the girls in June 2009.
They have a son also, James Wilkie, 8.
Sarah has been enjoying a break with her family before going back to work next week.
She is currently filming New Years Eve, a romantic comedy alongside Robert De Niro, Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Biel and Halle Berry, amongst others.
The ensemble cast film is the sequel to Valentine's Day and follows the lives of several couples and singles who all intertwine over the New Years Eve celebrations.
The film is set to be released in December next year.
The actress is set to have a busy year with another film in pre production and four titles in development - two of which she will produce as well as star in.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Damian Woetzel on The Berlin State Opera Ballet
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