She’s done! SJP has FINALLY let rip over those Kim Cattrall rumours

It's been almost twenty years since Sex and the City burst onto our screens back in 1998, and while the show has been lauded for depicting women, sex and relationships in their most authentic form, a shadow has hung over the smash-hit HBO show for the best part of two decades.

And it sounds like Sarah Jessica Parker is officially done with it.

Addressing long-running reports that she and Kim Cattrall endured an incredibly strained relationship during their six years on set together, SJP is determined to put the rumours to bed.

While appearing on the Howard Stern Show earlier this week, the 51-year-old actress let rip at the blatant gender stereotyping which fuelled the rumours.

"It used to really confound me and really upset me," she said. "We were part of a family of sopranos and no-one was questioning the relationships of the men on the show [or asking], did you hang out with each other at the weekend? Did you give each other Christmas presents?"

Refusing to sugarcoat the dynamic which existed between the cast and crew, Sarah offered a genuine insight into what went on behind the scenes, saying: "These were my sisters. These were people that I grew to love and admire."
"And was every day perfect? Were people always desperately, hopelessly in love with each other? No, but this is a family of people who needed each other, relied on each other, and loved each other."

"And this sort of narrative, this ongoing cat fight, it really used to upset me for a very long time," she admitted.

Reflecting on the impact the rumours had on her professionally, Sarah said: "I take very seriously my reputation."

"I work very hard and I treat people well and I have a work ethic that is very meaningful to me and it’s based on the affection I feel for the people I get to work with."

"To suggest that I’m behaving poorly or not treating someone well? It’s not even like it’s not me," she insisted. "It’s so anathema that it would drive me bananas."

OK Sarah, we've got it now.