Sex And The City star Kim Cattrall has issued a warning to parents across the world - urging them not to let their kids watch the hit TV show or its new big-screen adaptation.
Cattrall's comments comes after 15-year-old teen sensation Miley Cyrus admitted to being a fan of the HBO series - and the 51-year-old is disturbed to hear that some parents have been letting their young daughters watch Sex and the City: The Movie.
Cattrall, who plays maneater Samantha Jones, insists the age restrictions are there for a reason - as the content in the film is too racy for youngsters.
She says, "This is not a show made for an eight-year-old, they don't need to know about this stuff... I want to say to women, this is not for all women.
"It's adult entertainment - it's an R-rated film."
And the actress admits that the only time she has vetoed a script was during the TV series, when writers created a storyline that involved her character taking tips on fellatio from a 13-year-old girl.
She adds, "I thought, no, stop - this would never happen unless a woman was insane. And I think that's the only time in the film and TV series that I said, I'm so sorry, but I can't make that work.' And they re-wrote it."