And just like that, Sarah Jessica Parker's kids are all grown up.
The Sex and the City alum made the premiere of Hocus Pocus 2 a family affair, bringing along her husband Matthew Broderick and their daughters Marion Loretta Elwell Broderick and Tabitha Hodge Broderick, who have become sophisticated stylistas at just 13 years old.
"My daughters love it," SJP exclusively told E! News at the premiere, before recalling how her kids were introduced to 1993's Hocus Pocus. "We were downstairs and I came across, honestly, a DVD of it that probably Disney sent me when it came out, so it was pretty weathered. And said, 'Oh, you know what? This might be a movie that you might like and it's appropriate.' And they were like, 'Oh, yeah, mama, we've seen it, we love that movie.'"
While the actress still isn't sure where exactly they first watched the film, she's glad they enjoyed it—and that they've seen it "countless times" since then.
For the Sept. 27 event, held at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City, the 13-year-old twins both walked the red carpet in peep-toe heels from their mom's SJP Collection. Marion chose to team her fancy footwear with a shimmering strapless cocktail dress, while Tabitha went for a more understated look, wearing a black peasant style mini-dress.
The photo opp marks a rare appearance for Sarah and Matthew's kids, who tend to stay out of the spotlight. However, back in March, the twins, along with their big brother James Wilke Broderick, 19, celebrated their parents' opening-night performance of the Broadway revival of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite.
Fans haven't been the only ones noticing how fast time flies with the Broderick brood. Last fall, Sarah Jessica posted a rare pic of each of kid as they headed off the school, although their faces mostly hidden.
"In the span of 7 days," she wrote on Instagram in September 2021, "one crosses the threshold into his freshman year of college. The other 2 into 7th grade."
She added, "The house is different. We are different. They need us more. And far less. So many know."
Now as 8th graders, it looks like Marion and Tabitha are embracing their moment in the spotlight with some chic Carrie Bradshaw energy of their own.