Sarah Jessica Parker brought her teenage twins to the “Hocus Pocus 2” premiere on Tuesday.
The 13-year-olds were all smiles joining the actress and their dad, Matthew Broderick, on the red carpet in New York City.
Marion rocked a glittery dress and pink heels, while Tabitha sported a black number and purple shoes. Both girls had their hair curled.
Parker, for her part, paired a floral tunic with pink pants. Her husband, 60, wore a brown suit.
The “Sex and the City” alum, 57, welcomed their daughters via surrogate in 2009, seven years after their son, James, now 19, arrived.
When the “SATC” revival “And Just Like That…” premiered in December 2021, James made a rare appearance at the event.
Three months prior, Parker gushed about her eldest child starting his freshman year of college and his sisters going into the seventh grade.
“The house is different. We are different,” the Emmy winner wrote via Instagram in September 2021. “They need us more. And far less. So many know.
“Gutted at the time passed,” she continued of the milestone. “Passing. Exhilarated by the possibilities that await them. The love. The love. The love.”
While Parker primarily keeps her kids out of the spotlight, she has been making headlines all year for reprising two of her iconic roles.
Parker went from playing Carrie Bradshaw again on the HBO Max sequel series to returning to Sarah Sanderson from 1993’s “Hocus Pocus” movie “in a matter of hours,” she told “Extra” on Tuesday.
“I didn’t have time to sort of do what I typically do, which is allow myself to be very nervous, think too much, worry too much, troubleshoot,” she said of prepping for “Hocus Pocus 2.”
“I was sort of thrown into it,” the “Divorce” alum said, adding that she would consider a third installment if Bette Midler asked.
“No one says no to the Divine Miss M,” Parker explained to the outlet. “I hitch my star to her wagon.”