The drama between Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker continues to heat up. The former costars have had a bit of a public feud lately. But Kim Cattrall just took it to the next level on social media. In October of 2017, Cattrall confirmed the longstanding rumors that she was not friends with her fellow Sex and the City castmates. In an interview with Piers Morgan, she noted that she was also never coming back for a third movie. Cattrall doesn’t have many nice things to say, particularly when it comes to Sarah Jessica Parker. Sigh. Samantha Jones and Carrie Bradshaw they are not.
Kim Cattrall and her family recently experienced a great tragedy. On February 4th, she took to Instagram to ask for help finding her missing brother Chris. Later that day, Cattrall confirmed that her missing brother was found dead on his property in Canada. She asked for privacy and thanked everyone for their love and support. But apparently, that “everyone” did not include Sarah Jessica Parker. When SJP commented with her condolences on Instagram, the gesture did not go over well with Cattrall. In fact, Cattrall penned an entirely new Instagram post just to call her out on it.
The feud between Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker is messier than we thought.
“Dearest Kim, my love and condolences to you and yours and Godspeed to your beloved brother. Xx,” Parker commented on Cattrall’s original post. Which inspired Cattrall to post this, reminding Parker (and the world) that her whole family is not interested in friendship.
Kim Cattrall included a link in her post, reminding the world of her experiences on Sex and the City.
The New York Post article details the “mean-girls culture” that “destroyed” one of the most beloved shows about female friendships.
In a perfect world, all co-stars would get along and remain best friends until the end of time. But we understand that Kim Cattrall is going through a very difficult time right now. For the time being, we hope Cattrall and her family can find their peace over their loss, and hopefully redirect their energy to focusing on the memory of their late family member.