"I don't feel like Carrie -– my life is so different, my choices are different," Parker tells Heat. "But I love her. I love playing her and everything about her -- the good, the flawed, the mistakes, the bad choices.
"I understand that people will blur the lines, but I feel very different. Which is probably why it works so well, because if she felt familiar to me, I would have bored of playing her a long time ago."
God forbid. We're still holding out hope for "Sex and the City 3." And 4. And 5...
And how has motherhood changed the glamorous star?
"Having my boy and now the twins, life is triply delightful," she says.
"I don't have one," she tells the magazine when asked about her beauty secret. "I feel old and tired!
"I have children I run round after, I try to walk as much as possible, and other than that I buy every cream possible.
"I love beautiful clothes and am privileged enough to have access to a lot of them, but they're returned the next day. They're not mine!"
Hey, a one-night stand is better than nothing at all. Just ask Samantha.
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