"Sarah Jessica Parker, whom I love, I mean it's not just 'Sex and The City,' she's such a nice person — she and Matthew Broderick and a surrogate mother just gave birth to twins," Walters said. "They have a little boy and now they're going to have girls."
According to WTRF in Ohio, who also reported the news, Parker and Broderick are at the East Ohio Regional Hospital in Martins Ferry, Ohio, with the surrogate.
The twins were reportedly delivered a few weeks ahead of schedule. However, they are reported to be healthy.
In April, the couple announced they were using a surrogate to expand their family.
"Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are happily anticipating the birth of their twin daughters later this summer with the generous help of a surrogate," a rep for the couple told Access at the time. "The entire family is overjoyed."
The twin girls are the second and third children for Parker, 44, and Broderick, 47, who have been married since 1997.
They also have a 6-year-old son, James Wilkie Broderick.
Following the announcement, Parker sat down with Access Hollywood's Billy Bush on the set of her new comedy, "Did You Hear About The Morgans?," to talk about the decision to use a surrogate.
"Well, you know, we've been trying to expand our family for a number of years and we actually have explored a variety of ways of doing so," she said. "This was one of the things we discussed with seriousness that had real possibilities for us."
And when they found out the surrogate was expecting twins, it was a double dose of joy for the star couple.
"I mean, giggles!" Parker said of her reaction when first learning the news. "We didn't expect it. I think after a certain amount of time, you tend to hold your hopes at bay a bit so as not to be disappointed. One really would have been thrilling and we would've felt incredibly lucky. And two was a comedy!"
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