Sarah Jessica Parker On Wendy Williams

The woman who brought Carrie Bradshaw to life - and a fashion icon in her own right - Sarah Jessica Parker, sat down with Wendy Williams to discuss "Sex and the City," dealing with paparazzi, her humble beginnings and the launch of her new SJP Collection shoe line.

Sarah Jessica revealed she hasn't seen an episode of "Sex and the City" in over a decade and that her mother was strict in not allowing her and her siblings to watch television growing up. "Now that I can run my own household, I enjoy it [TV]. And I don't even get to watch that much. But I really do enjoy. I don't think I've ever seen "Sex and the City" except for maybe the one time it was on the air originally."

Discussing her choice to catch the subway and walk her kids to school in New York, Sarah Jessica revealed her tips for dealing with the paparazzi. "There are occasions where it gets slightly passively hostile. Rarely. But I regret it every time actually, because it's just pointless to feel that way about that circumstance." She clarified, "I don't want to suggest that I'm nice to them. I would characterize it as: I am tolerant. There are so many worse things that a person could be burdened with. I want my children to enjoy their time on the streets of New York." She added, "Children are so pleasant in the morning, that is a really important time for them to talk and share stuff. I don't want to change that experience for them."

Sarah Jessica revealed her love of grocery shopping and butcher stores is grounded in her humble beginnings. "I love a shopping cart. I love seeing the people. The choices! I don't know, did you grow up with money? [No] Same. It has a lot to do with it, is having choices. When my mom would come home from the grocery store, there was a limited amount of things she could buy and we had nothing to do with what she purchased. It was what we needed, not what we wanted."

When Wendy surprised her with the news that the Smithsonian wants Carrie Bradshaw's engagement shoes, Sarah Jessica revealed she still has almost the entirety of her "Sex and the City" wardrobe, "I've kept everything that didn't come directly from a designer or wasn't rented. Yes, I have it in archive. I have literally everything!"

Sarah Jessica teased the audience when asked about the possibility of a third "Sex and the City" movie, "So I've decided to give every person that asks that a different answer. We just wrapped shooting two days ago, and it should be ready by June of just kidding."

Taking Wendy through her new SJP Collection, with her business partner and CEO of Manolo Blahnik, George Malkemus, in the audience, Sarah Jessica revealed the inspiration for the signature grosgrain tab on the heel of her new shoe line comes from her childhood. "When I was a little girl, my mother, we had to wear braids every day and we had to wear hair ribbons." She added, "We had no money but we had a bureau filled with ribbons, which is sort of inexplicable, I can't quite put those two things together. They were primarily grosgrain. In my head, I have this nostalgic, and it's just really beautiful."