Sarah Jessica Parker hit a beach in the Hamptons with her 13-year-old twin daughters, Tabitha and Marion, over Labor Day weekend.
The “And Just Like That” star, 58, and her girls — whom she shares with husband Matthew Broderick — were seen enjoying some fun in the sun on Sunday.
Parker donned a black mini dress paired with an oversize white button-down shirt as a cover-up. Meanwhile, her kids wore denim shorts and earth-toned tank tops.
The trio carried bags, towels, chairs and a Dalmatian-printed umbrella to a spot on the shoreline where they settled in for a day of relaxation.
Parker and Broderick, 61, also share son James, 20.
While the actress isn’t often seen in public with her children, their brood has stepped out a handful of times in recent years to support their parents’ work in showbiz.
The family attended the premiere of Parker and Broderick’s Broadway play “Plaza Suite” together in March 2022.
That September, Tabitha and Marion walked the red carpet to celebrate of their mother’s film “Hocus Pocus 2.”
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And back in 2021, James showed up to support Parker at the premiere of “And Just Like That” — his mom’s “Sex and the City” reboot.
Last month, the actress told Fashion magazine that she hopes her children “feel excited about the future” as they transition into adulthood.
“I want them to feel good about the things that are interesting to them. And I want them to feel excited about the future, even though the world is incredibly complicated and they will eventually be exposed to social media and all the landmines that exist there,” she said of her approach to parenting.
“I want them to find comfort in individuality.”
The multi-hyphenate — whose SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker brand sells shoes, handbags, accessories and fragrances — previously told People that raising kids with a busy career is no easy feat.
“The reason it’s a conflict, usually, is that you like the other life, too,” she said in 2016.
“Someone [told me] that working mothers who work outside of home feel guilty about work because they like the work.”