Carrie Bradshaw just got offered a chance to break into political journalism—well, kind of, anyway. On Thursday, Sarah Jessica Parker posted a meme to her Instagram of her Sex and the City character typing on her computer. The meme read: "I couldn't help but wonder...had the Russian ambassador been meeting with everybody except me?"
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The post is in reference to Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak's controversial meetings with members of Donald Trump's inner circle, including former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
"I had to. Don't know the provenance however whoever you are, thank you," Parker captioned the image.
SJP's fans weren't the only ones who took notice of the political post. On Friday, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mara Zakharova responded to the meme and offered Parker the chance to meet with Kislyak, The Hill reports.
"If #SarahJessicaParker desperately wants to meet Russian Ambassador to US -anything is possible. Sergey Ivanovich will be happy," Zakharova tweeted.
#Zakharova: If #SarahJessicaParker desperately wants to meet Russian Ambassador to US -anything is possible. Sergey Ivanovich will be happy pic.twitter.com/GhAmnuQBn5March 3, 2017
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