For some reason, the press are interested in the surrogate who agreed (by way of a large payment) to bring two "band-aid babies" into the realm of, quite possibly, a loveless marriage - probably because Sarah Jessica Parker keeps banging on about her:

"She's had friends threatened and family threatened and she's had family of friends threatened. I care deeply about her and I am incredibly outraged by the sort of extraordinary and unprecedented invasion of her privacy.  I think even given the unfortunate way we live now in this unending appetite for the more salacious information, it has still shocked me, and it has still really disappointed me... She's had a friend who was thought to be her chased down a highway... This friend is nine months pregnant - chased down a highway by photographers and dare I call them 'reporters'. I guess that's how they identify themselves. It's crossed lines - pretty much all the lines have been crossed."

Quick question. Why announce to the press (on the same day your husband's Broadway show premieres *whistles*) that you've enlisted the womb of a third party at all? Two newborn babies landing out of nowhere might have raised a few eyebrows, but then the surrogate's job would be done and you wouldn't be "worried about her" and "the safe delivery" of your children. If the press got wind of it before the surrogate hoofed them out, you could've just denied all knowledge and said you were concerned for the health of all involved when making the inevitable statement afterwards?

Or is 44-year-old SJP so naive as to think she could joyfully announce her unconventional news without there being any repercussions? Yes, it's sad, but it's been this warped for a good few years now. And she can thank her many gods she's not Brooke Shields; she recently learned "her dementia stricken mother (Teri Shields) was signed out of a nursing home by a pair of National Enquirer 'journalists' who were seeking a scoop... the reporter and his photographer falsely claimed to be friends of her mother to get her out of the center and then 'drove [her]... around looking for a tabloid story'."