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Sarah Jessica Parker: ‘My feet have served me well'

Sarah Jessica Parker mists herself and her clothes with fragrance every day, regardless of the occasion.

Sarah Jessica Parker is grateful her feet have been able to withstand all the designer shoes she’s worn over the years.

The American actress is probably best known for her role of high heel-loving Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City, and was constantly seen wearing pair after pair of beautiful Manolo Blahnik stilettos on the hit HBO show. Since the show wrapped in 2004, she’s been spotted on countless red carpets, rocking equally vertiginous heels - some from her SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker footwear range.

While Sarah admits that her feet have endured quite a bit over the years, she’s thankfully been able to keep them in top form through regular pamper sessions.

“I’ve asked a lot of my feet for a lot of years, and they’ve been really good to me,” she told PeopleStyle, adding that she follows some simple rules when it comes to caring for her feet. “I put on moisturiser and use a pumice... I don’t have a pedicure unless someone makes me for work, but I clip my own nails, and I always have a good nail clipper.”

Sarah, who shares son James, 13 and seven-year-old twin daughters Tabitha and Marion with her husband Matthew Broderick, adds that foot care is a priority in her household. In fact, the 51-year-old gets her daughters to do their own mini-pedicures each week.

“Every Sunday night we clip nails in our house... We call it ‘Clip Clip (night)!’” she shared. “Beyond that I don’t do too much.”

Along with her luxury footwear line, Sarah has just released her latest fragrance Stash SJP, a unisex blend with notes of patchouli, black pepper, and ginger lily notes. And the star admits perfume is one beauty product she couldn't live without.

“I wear fragrance all. Day. Long,” she recently told “I don’t limit myself…It’s on everything: my coats, my hats, my horrible winter parka gets its own force field of it.”

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