Due to a family situation, Sarah Jessica Parker was unable to attend the New York City Ballet’s 10th Annual Fall Fashion Gala on September 28.

An event attendee at the David H. Koch Theater at the Lincoln Center told Page Six that it was announced to the crowd that the 57-year-old star wasn’t there due to a “sudden devastating family situation.” A rep for the actress confirmed to Entertainment Tonight on Thursday, September 29, that she was missing from the annual gala.

Parker, the vice chair of the New York City Ballet Board of Directors and a participant in the Fall Fashion Gala ever since its first year in 2012, has not yet publicly responded to the report.

The former star of Sex and the City had a busy week, and on Tuesday, September 27, she attended the Hocus Pocus 2 premiere with her husband Matthew Broderick and their 13-year-old twin daughters, Marion and Tabitha. Parker reprises her role as one of the Sanderson sisters opposite Bette Midler and Kathy Najimy in the 1993 sequel to the movie (the pair also has a son named James, 19).

Earlier on Wednesday, Parker skipped a scheduled press conference for the Disney+ movie, per rep confirmed. According to Yahoo Entertainment, the virtual press junket included actors Midler, Najimy, Doug Jones, Sam Richardson, Whitney Peak, Belissa Escobedo, and Lilia Buckingham in addition to director Anne Fletcher and other Hocus Pocus 2 producers.

Midler told reporters, “This was a dream come true, it really was. “After I understood [Hocus Pocus] was genuinely a phenomenon, I started asking people, my agent and others like that, ‘Don’t you think they might be interested in a sequel? That happened a long time ago. This occurred about 15 years ago. Something like that. Thus, here we are.

Parker, meantime, has returned to And Just Like That and shared a photo from the first table read of season 2 on September 21. She hinted about the SATC reboot’s second episode in an interview with ET at the Hocus Pocus 2 premiere on Tuesday.

“Season 2 is about resiliency and rebound and laughing, and finding laughter more easily for those who might have endured grief,” Parker added. “More of our beloved new cast members.”

When asked about the actor’s comeback, she also said that John Corbett will play Aidan Shaw again.

Before stating: “Well, you know, I can’t be like, cryptic about it anymore,” she merely remarked, “Could be, could be.”