Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's Twins - Sneak Peek!

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Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick

The Parker-Broderick brood. Photo: Robin Layton via Getty Images

Sarah Jessica Parker, 44, and Matthew Broderick, 47, are settling into life as parents of three. The couple welcomed twin daughters Marion Loretta Elwell and Tabitha Hodge Broderick last Monday; the girls, born in Ohio, were carried by a surrogate. The babies weighed 5 lbs., 11 oz, and 6 lbs., and are perfectly healthy and absolutely beautiful.

Parker and Broderick were unable to conceive again after their son, James Wilkie, 6, was born, and so they opted for surrogacy instead. "Well, you know, we've been trying to expand our family for a number of years," Parker told "Access Hollywood" in May. She said that she met the news that the surrogate was carrying twins with "giggles." "We didn't expect it. I think after a certain amount of time, you tend to hold your hopes at bay a bit so as not to be disappointed. One really would have been thrilling and we would've felt incredibly lucky. And two was a comedy."

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