Sarah Jessica Parker is a poet and we didn't even know it.

The "Sex and the City" star said "slán" to her Irish home-away-from-home today with an impressive verse.

Fans of the New York-based actress and her husband Matthew Broderick will be familiar with the fact that the couple spend an annual summer sojourn in Donegal. 

The famous pair and their children head to their cottage in Kilcar in south west Donegal, and are regularly spotted in Donegal town, particularly at Baskin's in Dunkineely for fish and chips.

Taking to Instagram, the 53-year-old fashion icon penned a touching poem to the Northern Ireland countryside - which is surely world's apart from the $30m Brooklyn townhouse she shares with her husband of 21 years.

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Broderick (56) has family that hail from Kilcar, hence the couple's love affair with the area.

"At this point it feels a little bit like home, in some way," mother-of-three Parker previously told the Irish Independent in 2015.

“We would be delighted to decamp to Ireland. Move the children, put them in school there, have tea every day, a proper fry. It’s just an exquisite, beautiful, relaxing, wonderful place for ourselves and for our children."

 "The kids seem to love it. They keep asking when can we go back. They can run around and don’t have to be watched so much," she added.

Famous for playing Carrie Bradshaw, Parker also divided the internet when she announced her grá for Lyons tea - while many people had her down as a Barry's girl!

Sarah Jessica Parker called Lyon's tea gorgeous!!! listen if Carrie Bradshaw is a Lyon's lover, i dont make the rules but she must be right

— rebecca keane (@rbcakn) August 11, 2018

Sorry but Sarah Jessica Parker going from living in NYC to Kilcar during summer and writing poems about Kilcar is so cute

— Joanne McHugh 🦔 (@Joannemchugh_) August 11, 2018

Sarah Jessica Parker has made me feel patriotic this morning #sentencesineverthoughtidsay

— Niamh Devereux (@_niamhdev_) August 11, 2018