Sarah Jessica Parker has collaborated with GAP on a childrenswear range.

The 52-year-old actress has teamed up with the longstanding brand to launch a limited edition kids line with the label for the first time ever, and it is believed the capsule will be available to purchase worldwide, both online and in stores in America, Canada, UK, France, Italy, China, Hong Kong, and Japan next year, WWD has reported.

However, the 'Sex and the City' star - who portrays Carrie Bradshaw in the franchise - has kept details of her latest venture close to her chest.

But this is not the first time Sarah - who has twins Marion and Tabitha, both eight, as well as James, 15, with her husband Matthew Broderick - has partnered with GAP on a range, as she starred in a campaign for the fashion house in 2010.

And Sarah has had a busy few weeks as she has launched her first pop up shop in New York for her SJP footwear line, which she set up in 2014.

The temporary store opened on 640 Fifth Avenue in New York on November 24, but the sale came to an end on Sunday (03.12.17).

And Sarah is ''most pleased'' with the pop up store because she felt there was ''something for everybody''.

Speaking previously, she said: ''I'm most pleased that we have something for everybody here. We have flats and we have our sneakers and a very sensible block heel. They would look really great with black tights or knee socks.

''I have a sentimental attachment to this street, actually, because when I played Annie on Broadway, it was right down the street. And Billy Joel has this album called '52nd Street' that I love.''