Sarah Jessica Parker has denied recent reports that her and her husband, Matthew Broderick, got into a ‘public screaming match’ during their recent visit to London.
In a heartfelt post, the Sex and the City star shared a screenshot of an email from The National Enquirer, which seemingly depicts the publication asking Parker’s publicist to comment on the claims.
In it, it is alleged that the pair “erupted at each other over dinner, and their argument spilled out into the street.” It also details how Parker supposedly confronted Broderick - who is currently appearing in Kenneth Lonergan’s The Starry Messenger on the West End - over how much time he is spending across the pond.
Parker hit back at the outlet specifically, asserting that this isn’t the first time that it has tried to peddle “the same untrue, disgraceful nonsense.”
“Just like clockwork,” the 54-year-old began her damning caption. “As usual, days ahead of our anniversary on May 19th, The National Enquirer is making its annual best effort to fabricate and undermine, this time a blissful 4 days with my husband in London.”
She continued on to categorically state that “there was no ‘screaming match’” and that both herself and the couple’s children are “enormously proud” of the work Broderick is doing.
Parker and Broderick first met in the early 1990s when the former’s brother introduced her to the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off actor during their time with the Naked Angels theatre company.
They married in May 1997 and had their first child, a son named James, in October 2002. In June 2009, they welcomed twin daughters, Marion and Tabitha, via a surrogate.
“Why not celebrate a marriage of 22 years and relationship of 27 years? Because despite your endless harassment and wasted ink, we are nearing 3 decades of love, commitment, respect, family and home.
“There’s your ‘scoop’,” Parked concluded.