Love can strike at any time, and for Matthew Broderick, it was when he first saw Sarah Jessica Parker walking down the street.

During a recent appearance on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," Broderick spoke about the exact moment he knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life with Parker. In fact, it was one of the easiest decisions he said he'd ever made, according to People.

"Oh, the first time I met her, I saw her walking down the street and thought 'That's it,'" Broderick said. Later, when Cohen asked Broderick what qualities he admires the most about the "Sex and the City" star, he said it was her "humor and wisdom."

Matthew Broderick & Sarah Jessica Parker
Actor Matthew Broderick is pictured with wife Sarah Jessica Parker. Mike Coppola/Getty Images

Broderick and Parker got married in 1997, and the two are parents to three wonderful children — son James Wilkie, 19, and twin daughters Tabitha Hodge and Marion Loretta Elwell, 12.

The two are currently starring alongside each other in the Broadway play "Plaza Suite," where Broderick and Parker play three different couples checking into the Plaza hotel. This is the first longstanding acting project the pair are acting together in.

In 2020, on the SiriusXM radio show "Quarantined with Bruce," Broderick spoke about acting with his wife and showered praises on Parker's performance and her style as an actress.

"You know, speaking of how talented my wife is, I should also say that getting to do this play, even though we only just did it in Boston for a little while ... she was so, so good in it," he said.

"I really had never acted with her onstage and hadn't really acted with her at all. And I was just reminded of how funny and smart and what a great comic actor she is — or actor, never mind the comic part," Broderick continued. "She's very good at it. So I hope everybody gets to see her do it."

"Plaza Suite" was expected to be out before the pandemic began but was pushed two years due to Broadway closures. Currently, it is playing at the Hudson Theater and will remain until July 6.