Sarah Jessica Parker calls loss of 'Sex And The City' co-Star Willie Garson 'unbearable'

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(CNN)Sarah Jessica Parker paid tribute to her precocious "Sex and the City" co-star Willie Garson on Friday, calling the loss of her person and workfellow "unbearable."

Garson died connected Sept. 21 of pancreatic cancer.

"It's been unbearable," she wrote successful a tribute shared connected Instagram. "Sometimes soundlessness is simply a statement. Of the gravity. The anguish. The magnitude of the nonaccomplishment of a 30+ twelvemonth friendship."

    Parker continued: "A existent relationship that allowed for secrets, adventure, a shared nonrecreational family, truth, concerts, roadworthy trips, meals, precocious nighttime telephone calls, a communal devotion to parenthood and each the heartaches and joyousness that accompany, triumphs, disappointments, fear, rage and years spent connected sets (most particularly Carrie's apartment) and laughing precocious into the nighttime arsenic some Stanford and Carrie and Willie and SJ."

      She called Garson's absense a "crater." The 2 had precocious been moving unneurotic connected the upcoming HBO Max bid "And Just Like That..." successful which Garson was reprising his relation of Carrie Bradshaw's beloved friend, Standford Blatch.

        "Willie. I volition miss everything astir you. And replay our past moments together. I volition re-read each substance from your last days and enactment to pen our past calls. Your lack a crater that I volition capable with blessing of these memories and each the ones that are inactive successful recesses yet to surface. My emotion and deepest sympathies and condolences to you beloved Nathen. You were and are the airy of Willie's beingness and his top accomplishment was being your Papa. These were his past words to me. 'Great bangles each around.' Yes. Godspeed Willie Garson. RIP. X, SJ," she ended her post.

        ​Parker added a bid of photos of the 2 from implicit the years, some connected "SATC" and off-screen.

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