On the wedding day, (partially due to Miranda's words at the rehearsal dinner) Big is too fearful to go through with the ceremony. Carrie furiously attacks him with her bouquet while he earns scathing looks from Miranda and Charlotte, as well as from the crowds of New Yorkers watching the scene unfold.To console Carrie (who is depressed, and at the beginning of the holiday doesn't eat anything for two days), the four women take the honeymoon that Carrie had booked to Mexico, where they de-stress and collect themselves. I do think you may be right, her foot may look like a face but that's just me being nice.
In fact, he's brilliant in TV's The United States of Tara. At 0.25 the kid in the high chair sums up all our attitudes to this film I think, and I'm pretty sure at the end Granny Parker misspoke - "Like Jasmine, but with cock." OMG!
Ok, I know I won't have to watch it ever (because I live in a free country) but just the thought of media fever to promote this pile of utter shite makes me feel nauseous. "Because being a mother is hard" and I have a brain.
At Carrie and Big's rehearsal dinner, Steve tries to reconcile with Miranda, but she rebuffs him.
Still upset with Steve, she tells Big bluntly that marriage ruins everything. Big changes his mind and catches up with Carrie in an attempt to reconcile in the middle of a one-way street.
Carrie herself is now in a relationship with Big (Chris Noth), and they are viewing apartments with plans to move in together. Charlotte and Miranda are happy at the news, but Samantha - as Carrie points out dryly - sounds more excited at the thought of Carrie "finally getting Botox".