Sarah Jessica Parker is trading in her character lines for the greater good of her New York Community.
Parker, who will dominate our screens in May with her character Carrie Bradshaw in the second installment of the "Sex and the City" movies, is lending her voice to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Parker, a resident in New York, agreed to become the museums newest guide after they asked her to help out.
A source in the Museum said Sarah Jess was only too happy to oblige when she was approached to do the voice over.
Parker will record an audio guide for the museums' Costume Institutes's annual fashion exhibition and participate in the guided tours.
The show, The American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity, opens on May 5.
Good choice Met.
Parker is known for her uber trendy style and elegance so we have no doubt she will do a fantastic job.
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