Sarah Jessica Parker loves how her son is becoming "a good little human being". The 'Sex and the City' actress - who has seven-year-old James Wilkie and six-month-old twin daughters, Marion Loretta and Tabitha Hodge, with husband Matthew Broderick - is determined to instil good characteristics into her children and believes her hard work is already paying off with her eldest child.

She said: "The idea of 'do unto others as you would have them do unto you...' I fall short of it constantly, but I try. "I've been working on it with James Wilkie since the time he was a little fellow and could really understand language.

"I'm so proud of who my son's becoming and how hard he works to be a good little human being." The 44-year-old star also says becoming a mother has changed her outlook on life.

She explained in an interview with Gotham magazine: "The hardest days for your children become your hardest days. Your most triumphant moments are when you see them feel good about themselves — to see your child learn how to read and ask questions."

Sarah Jessica Parker and son James Wilkie in Donegal