Charlotte learns she is pregnant, and for most of her pregnancy is fearful that something might happen to her baby, so she stops her regular running around Central Park.
Carrie puts her fear to rest by telling her that, since she already soiled herself in Mexico, her bad luck is finished.
At the end of Sex and the City's run in February 2004, there were indications of a movie being considered following the series.
Carrie falls in love with a penthouse far from their price range. Carrie offers to sell her own apartment, although she also voices her fear that she would have no legal rights to their home in case they separate, as they are not married. Charlotte suggests her longtime gay friend, Anthony Marantino, as the pushy wedding planner.
Carrie walks through the streets of New York City thinking about events that have happened to her and her friends during Sex and the City.
Charlotte is now happily married to Harry Goldenblatt, but she had a hard time getting pregnant - so they adopted a Chinese girl named Lily; Miranda has settled down in Brooklyn with Steve (David Eigenberg) to raise their son Brady together; and Samantha has relocated her business to Los Angeles to be close to Smith (Jason Lewis), who is now a superstar, although she misses her old life and takes every opportunity to fly East to be with Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte.
Field rose to fame particularly after designing for the series from 1998 to 2004, wherein she popularized the concept of using designer clothes with day-to-day fashion.
While dressing the characters for the film, Field decided to stay clear from the latest fashion trends defining the characters and instead focused on the evolution of individual character and the actor portraying it, over the last four years.Miranda, Samantha, and Charlotte turn up to surprise Carrie, having been called by Big.