Sarah Jessica Parker cuts daughters' hair for first time

Sarah Jessica Parker marked a momentous occasion on Wednesday. The former Sex and the City star revealed that she has cut the hair of her five-year-old twin daughters Marion and Tabitha for the first time. The style icon proudly showed off her handiwork on Instagram, sharing a photo of Tabitha's chopped ponytail with her 1.4 million followers.


Another first. This time Tabitha. She stood like a statue. Calmed my shaking hands. X sj

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Sarah Jessica Parker showed off her haircutting skills on Instagram

"Another first. This time Tabitha," she captioned the snap of her daughter's blonde locks still tied together on the floor. "She stood like a statue. Calmed my shaking hands. X sj."

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Sarah Jessica Parker with her twins Tabitha and Marion

It's been an exciting couple of days for the mother-of-three, who kicked off the week by heading to the glitzy Met Gala on Monday night. The actress, who was not joined by husband Matthew Broderick at the gala, dazzled fans in a striking H&M gown.

She accessorised with a show-stopping Philip Treacy headdress with red and pale blue ribbons forming flame-like shapes, causing a social media frenzy as her outfit quickly became one of the most talked-about of the night.

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Sarah Jessica Parker at the 2015 Met Ball

The next day, the Hocus Pocus actress was fresh-faced as she headed to a special screening of The Gardeners of Eden to support former Sex and the City co-star Kristin Davis who stars in the documentary. Sarah Jessica shared a photo of the pair on Instagram, along with a touching message about her joy at being reunited with Kristin.

"Its been a long time since I had a chance to pose with this gorgeous woman," she wrote. "It was like old times last night at the screening of her documentary "Gardeners of Eden" with @iamkristindavis So happy to be with her on such an important occasion. X sj."

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