Looks like Cynthia Nixon is team Sarah Jessica Parker in *that* Kim Cattrall fight

We still can’t get our heads round all this


by Polly Foreman |
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Earlier this month, one of the most well-publicised celebrity feuds took a dramatic turn when Kim Cattrall called out Sarah Jessica Parker on Instagram for ‘exploiting’ her family tragedy after Kim’s brother sadly died.

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Sarah offered her condolences for her Sex And The City costar following the tragedy, telling Entertainment Tonight: "If somebody in your life, whether you’re in touch with them or not, [is] suffering for any reason, it’s involuntary that you want to convey condolences or sadness or just let someone know you’re thinking about them.

"I can’t begin to know how her family is managing such a loss. We all send her our love and condolences and grant her the privacy that she’s asked for."

But Kim then hit at Jessica's words on Instagram, uploading a post that read: "I don’t need your love or support at this tragic time @sarahjessicaparker".

The also blasted her former co-star in the caption, writing: "My Mom asked me today “When will that @sarahjessicaparker, that hypocrite, leave you alone?’

"Your continuous reaching out is a painful reminder of how cruel you really were then and now.

"Let me make this VERY clear. (If I haven’t already) You are not my family.

"You are not my friend. So I’m writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your ‘nice girl’ persona."

She also posted a link to a New York Post article called: "Inside the mean-girls culture that destroyed Sex and the City."

And now Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda in the show, has seemingly taken SJP’s side - as she posted a picture of them to Instagram.

She captioned the snap: “Old friends ran into each other at a @tmagazine shoot today...miss you @sarahjessicaparker’

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