Sarah Jessica Parker Covers ‘Harper’s Bazaar,’ Talks About Becoming a Meme

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Check out Harper’s Bazaars October cover model.

Sarah Jessica Parker is 50 and fabulous on the cover of the magazine. And after showing off her swimsuit bod earlier this summer, she’s looking polished and fashionable as always inside the October issue.

Sarah Jessica Parker for Harper's Bazaar October issue
CREDIT: Alexi Lubomirski/Harper's Bazaar

Sarah is wearing a lovely striped Valentino dress and shoes from her SJP Collection.

Inside the pages of the magazine, she discussed what it’s like when everybody knows your name.

“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.”

Speaking of social media, SJP says she was surprised to discover from her 12-year-old son James that after the Met Gala, she was all over the web.

“My son was like, ‘Mom, you’re a meme.’  I didn’t know what a meme was!  I never got far enough from the headpiece to get that it would be seen as flames.  I would have an egg with her [Rihanna] anytime.”

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The actress also talks about her love for Manhattan.

“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.”

Sarah Jessica Parker Harper's Bazaar October issue
CREDIT: Alexi Lubomirski/Harper's Bazaar

Above, Sarah’s wearing a Balenciaga dress, and shoes from her SJP Collection.

Sarah might love the city, but as for Sex and the City 3? Don’t get your hopes up. The actress tells the Today show she and the director know what the story is, but the issue comes down to finding the time to actually film it.

“The real truth,” she says, “and I’m not being cagey, is we’ve never discussed a when.”