Sarah Jessica Parker feels more famous now than she ever has.
Although the final episode of her TV series 'Sex and the City' aired in 2004, with just two spin-off movies in the decade since, Sarah says social media has made her more accessible than ever to her fans.
She explained: "My husband [Matthew Broderick] and I are genuinely surprised that we feel more public now than we have ever felt. It's social media. Of course, when you work in TV or film, there is a familiarity, so you reconcile that. But the show has been off the air a long time now. You are not ever alone. You are not ever, ever, ever, ever alone."
Sarah, 50, and 53-year-old Matthew have three children - James Wilkie (born in 2002) and twins Marion and Tabitha (born via a surrogate in 2009) - and the actress is thrilled to be able to raise her kids in New York.
She told Harper's Bazaar magazine: "I love the city. I love everything it has to offer. I think that my children are so lucky to be raised here. I love the subway, I love hailing a cab, I love traffic and people and all of the possibilities. I believe in all of that still."