In the February 2014 issue of InStyle, cover girl Sarah Jessica Parker opens up during an interview with Katie Couric about family, fame and the “Golden Rule.”
On personal style:
People should dress the way they want. Any rules for age or shape are silly. If you walk out the door feeling good about yourself, that’s what counts.
Words to live by:
The Golden Rule – do unto others as you would have them do unto you — that’s my religion, my dogma. As soon as my son could recite it back, I’d repeat it to him.
On “Sex and the City” returning:
A part of me thinks there is one last chapter to tell. But timing is a peculiar thing. It isn’t a decision that can wait forever. I don’t want to have to wear muumuus!
It’s complicated when you’re working crazy hours. But the kids are a joy, even when they’re not. I had one child only for nearly seven years and thought I had the blueprint. Then these girls came, and not only were they girls, but they were as different from one another as they could possibly be — physically, emotionally, disposition-wise, probably politically.
On her success:
The real success happened after I was grown, and that saved me. I was appreciative of all of it, and continue to be — my gosh. I don’t think my success has ever defined me; it’s just this thing that I carry around and then shepherd in a hopefully graceful way, you know?
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