Sarah Jessica Parker and her husband go out for the first time since COVID-19
They appeared at an event dedicated to the author of the play in which they played together.
Sarah Jessica Parker and her husband Matthew Broderick made their first public appearance after recovering from the coronavirus, which they contracted in February while performing on the Broadway stage. The cast visited the Library of Congress in Washington DC for an evening in honor of playwright and four-time Tony Award winner Neil Simon. In his comedy play Plaza Suite, which returned to New York Broadway at the end of March, the star spouses played leading roles.
Sarah and Matthew were joined on stage by director John Benjamin Hockey as they discussed drama and Neil's legacy in Washington, DC.
This arrives after both tested positive for Covid 19 before this month. The mom of three revealed her flawless fashion in a small black dress with a belt around her waist. The long frock was a little happy as it fell to his ankles, where he had black shoes with secure toes.
The Sex and the City celebrity wore an elegant black midi dress and a gray jersey cardigan draped over her shoulders with purple trim and beading. The outfit of the star was complemented by an elegant necklace, pointed stilettos, and a small bag in the color of the dress. Her husband remained true to the classics, appearing at the event in a gray suit, a white striped shirt, and a playful olive-colored tie with a floral print.
Recall that the long-awaited premiere of the Plaza Suite at the Hudson Theatre postponed several times due to COVID-19, was a fantastic success, which was almost immediately overshadowed by unpleasant news: several actors picked up the coronavirus, including Matthew Broderick. And on April 8, it became known that Sarah Jessica Parker also received a positive test.