The actress says she and her costars were always together during filming and 'it was wonderful'

By Catherine Donaldson-evans
April 13, 2010 01:10 PM

The women of Sex and the City may be getting older, but they’ve “never been better,” according to the movie s star Sarah Jessica Parker.

The 45-year-old actress reprises her role as writer Carrie Bradshaw in the sequel, due out in theaters May 27. She and costars Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis and Kim Cattrall – who play Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha – didn’t need to act like they were having fun on the set. They really were having fun.

“We four women, despite I guess what a lot of people hope, have never been better,” Parker tells Vogue in its May issue. “This movie – and maybe it’s because we actually lived together – it was the best! We were together all day long, at night, in restaurants, in our hotels. It was wonderful.”

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It doesn’t matter that the characters, like the actresses, are aging. They approach getting older the same way they approach everything else: with humor.

“Samantha was always the older lady, so she’s 52 now and talks a lot about what comes with that – including menopause – says Parker.

Despite being such a superstar, Parker finds a way to be a normal wife (to actor Matthew Broderick) and mother (to son James, 7, and 10-month-old twin daughters Tabitha and Loretta).

“We painted our patio furniture ourselves I make my children’s food myself,” she says. “We do a lot ourselves! We do our own grocery shopping I do my laundry.”