Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick spotted in Dublin

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick spotted in Dublin

Sex in the City actress Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have been spotted out and about in Dublin City among the Christmas shoppers.

The Hollywood couple were seen perusing Dublin city streets, stopping into Sheridans Cheesemongers on South Anne Street.

Pictures: vipireland.com
Pictures: vipireland.com

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick spotted in Dublin

The couple live in Greenwich Village, in New York with their children and have a second home in Kilcar, a village in Donegal, where Broderick spent his childhood summers.

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