Sarah Jessica Parker thinks her marriage to Matthew Broderick works because she does everything for him, including shopping, packing and hailing taxis.
"I take care of him," Parker told Charlie Rose in an interview that aired Wednesday night on CBS' 60 Minutes II.
"I pack for him, I shop for him, I get his groceries. He's taken care of. That's who Matthew is - people take care of him. It's practically involuntary."
Parker, who starred in HBO's Sex and the City, and Broderick, who starred with Nathan Lane in the hit Broadway show The Producers, were married in 1997. They have an 18-month-old son, James.
When asked what she would change about her husband, Parker replied:
"He walks too slowly. I walk really quickly. He never hails the cab - never. I've been doing it forever, so I guess he just thinks, 'Well, she does it so well.' "
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