Vogue has all the answers to what Sarah Jessica Parker's home looks like, plus 73 more.
The actress, 48, invites the glossy mag into her New York townhouse that she shares with husband, Matthew Broderick, and three children.
In what feels like a Jeopardy-inspired interview, Parker is pitched 73 questions about her life.
Sarah Jessica Parker launches her shoe line at Nordstrom. Photo: Getty
Beginning with her home city, the interviewer asks, “In three words how would describe New York City?"
“Symphonic, tiny, real,” replied the mother-of-three.
Would Parker ever leave?
“Not voluntary,” she says.
From her favourite book to whether she prefers Twitter or Instagram the interviewer is relentless with his line of light-hearted questioning.
Moving from the everyday to a more personal question, he asks, “What's the hardest thing about being a mum?”
To which the Sex and the City star replies, “Separate and equal time with all children.”
While Parker gets the interviewer a glass of water he does a little spin of her living room with his camera.
The living room colour scheme is a forest-green and as you would expect from Carrie Bradshaw, Parker's home is also overflowing with books, including an open dictionary facing the line of shelves.
With no sign of her wardrobe, other items worth mentioning are a full-size ping pong table, a piano and an impressive baseball collection. But Parker says her favourite part of the living area is her globes.
Shouting questions to Parker while she is in the kitchen, he asks, “If your life were a song what would the title be?”
“Cheers somebody,” says Parker.
In just over five minutes Parker reveals her favourite pizza topping is sausage, peppers and onions, her spirit animal would be a dove and her favourite country is Greece.
The 73rd question to Parker was if this was strangest interview she ever had.
"Nope, not really," she says and shows him the door.
The fashionista has recently designed a shoe and accessory collection with Manolo Blahnik CEO George Malkemus III.
The collection of pumps and strappy sandals were unveiled at Nordstrom Aventura Mall, Florida.
In an interview with E! News, Parker says that the collaboration with George works really well.
“It just so happens that George and I shared the same period of interest," she says.
“I wanted to go back in time to the simple shoe, which is really hard to do well. That was really our point of inspiration."