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Sarah Jessica Parker has twins via surrogate

Sex and the City actress Sarah Jessica Parker and her actor husband Matthew Broderick had twin daughters via a surrogate mother, the couple's publicists said yesterday.

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'I love giving the gift of a child to a couple that can't have one'

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