Sarah Jessica Parker Reunites With Her 'Sex And The City' Ex At La Contrada

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Feb. 9 2018, Updated 6:01 p.m. ET

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Sarah Jessica Parker played the iconic & legendary character Carrie Bradshaw for six seasons on Sex and the City.  During that time, Carrie had a myriad of ex-boyfriends come and go, one of which happened to be politician Bill Kelley, played by John Slattery on the Emmy-award winning show.  Looks like these two are still chummy as ever in real life, as the two were just spotted out dining and dishing at a New York City hotspot!  Click through for more.

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John's politician character Bill appeared in the first two episodes of season 3, right after Carrie ended things with Big (Chris Noth) for a second time.

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He pursued Carrie before she finally gave in and eventually became his girlfriend, as well as helping him on his campaign trail to become New York City's comptroller.

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Things ended for them during episode two, as Bill revealed to Carrie that he had a "golden shower" fetish which she wasn't willing to help with. After they broke up, she revealed the sordid details of their time together in the gossip column that she wrote for.

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Although Carrie and Bill ended on a sour note, Sarah and John clearly didn't as they were just spotted out together alongside his wife and her husband Matthew Broderick for a fun night out!

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SJP Saturday night

They went out prior to John doing a reading of Sam Shepard's play Weekend With Sam, which Matthew did an excerpt from as well.  The foursome were spotted at Lower East Side hotspot La Contrada where they dined on appetizers, martinis and shared some laughs for a fun night out! 

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What other exes of Carrie's would you like to see SJP have a friendly night out with?  Sound off in the comments! 


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