Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick show off twin daughters Marion Loretta Elwell and Tabitha Hodge Broderick in New York. The couple welcomed twin girls, born via surrogate, on Monday, June 22 in Ohio.
Sarah Jessica Parker's surrogate mama needs security, because paparazzi are overrunning the little town where she lives.
So the PD has been asked to help. Who, you ask, will take charge of the go team? The police chief who is under investigation for allegedly breaking into her home and trying to sell info about her and Sarah to a tabloid.
We spoke with officials in Martins Ferry, Ohio, who told us Police Chief Barry Carpenter will manage the team assigned to protect the surrogate.
The mayor told us that he has his concerns but has faith in the police department ... isn't that called blind faith?
Have two babies ... then bring water to a boil. That's the headache facing the surrogate who just delivered Sarah Jessica Parker's newly minted kids.
The surrogate gave birth in Martins Ferry, Ohio last night. Here's the problem -- there were breaks in the water main over the weekend. It's a small town, so 3 breaks in the pipes and everyone is screwed.
The hospital has to boil all the drinking water and it's turned into a gigantic hassle. But by the time the kids are 3 days old, the faucets are expected to flow again.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's surrogate just took one for the team -- or two, actually -- by just giving birth to twins.
The babies were born this morning at the East Ohio Regional Hospital in Martins Ferry, according to WTRF.
The station is reporting Matthew and Sarah are currently at the hospital with the surrogate, and will make an announcement about the newborns later this afternoon.