Due to her conservative outlook in relationships, however, she sometimes clashes with the sexually liberal Samantha, once asking, after Samantha has sex with Charlotte's brother, "Is your vagina in the New York City guide books?Because it should be; it's the hottest spot in town, it's always open!It is revealed throughout the series that Charlotte enjoyed much social acclaim in her younger life, such as being prom queen, varsity cheerleader, track and field captain, teen model, and equestrienne.She is occasionally described as a WASP, an identity she seems to happily accept but converted to Judaism.In the series finale, Charlotte and Harry adopt a baby girl, Lily, from China.In the movie, Sex and the City, she and Harry have a biological baby girl, whom they name Rose.Charlotte is fiercely optimistic, although often anxious to make sure everything goes right.She also possesses a supportive personality with regard to her friends, always "being there" for them.
When introduced to the blue-blood Mac Dougal matriarch, Bunny, Charlotte sees how easily Trey can be manipulated and cannot help noticing his mother's methods.
Charlotte subsequently marries her divorce lawyer, Harry Goldenblatt, a man who seems the antithesis of all of the qualities she had decided her perfect man would have (he is short, bald and has a very hairy back), but who actually ends up being a funny, devoted partner.
She converts to Judaism in order to marry him, and models herself vaguely on Elizabeth Taylor in this aspect; Charlotte also decides to name her dog Elizabeth Taylor.
She is also very loyal to her friends (being uncharacteristically aggressive in cursing at Mr.
Big after he abandons Carrie at the altar in the first film) and to her belief in the sanctity of marriage (she is the only friend to chastise and shame Carrie regarding her adulterous affair with Mr. She also faces a comeuppance in her relationship with Harry Goldenblatt.