If you've ever wondered if a man really does go commando under his kilt, then look no further.
Because Chris Noth was happy to clear up the burning question last night as he lifted up his tartan skirt at a charity event in New York last night.
The Sex and the City star flashed his bottom on the catwalk for the Dressed To Kilt charity fashion event.
What's under your sporrans? (L-R) Jason Patric, Jim Gaffigan, Brian Cox, Chris Noth and Kiefer Sutherland flash their bottoms on the catwalk at the Dressed To Kilt charity fashion event in New York last night
All five are currently starring together in the Broadway revival of That Championship Season, a 1972 play written by Jason Miller, Patric's father.
All five wore kilts even though Cox is the only true Scotsman, having been born in Dundee, although Sutherland has Scottish ancestry through both his parents.
Tartan Army: The men, who are all starring in That Championship Season together, strutted out onto the runway
You ready for this? Gaffigan turns back to talk to Patric while Cox, Noth and Sutherland confidently stride forward
All proceeds went to the Wounded Warrior Project, the Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Erskine Hospital in Scotland
Also attending the bash was Glasgow-born comedian Billy Connolly, who did a Bruce Forsyth-inspired pose as he came out onto the catwalk.
Also on the guest list was billionaire and business magnate Donald Trump, who was accompanied by his wife Melania.
Nice to see you: Billy Connolly, in a denim jacket and a kilt, posed a la Bruce Forsyth as he came out on the catwalk
The veteran actor backed out at the 11th hour and said he was staying at his home in the Bahamas to play golf.
A source said: 'Just earlier this week we had no doubt Sir Sean would be coming in his capacity as our honorary chairman.
' We got a call to tell us Sir Sean isn''t coming. Apparently, he's on the golf course.
Billionaire backer: Donald Trump and wife Melania were among the guests
'He's made no secret of his passion for Dressed to Kilt over the years and his name was definitely on the guest-list. It's all a bit odd
'He was expected, but obviously something has happened to change this, which is a real disappointment. It's a bit of a shock and, to be honest, strange that the guest list would be changing so late in the day.'
His last-minute cancellation prompted fears for the 80-year-old's health, but, according to the Scotsmand, his publicist, Nancy Seltzer said he was ok.
She was quoted as saying: 'I've left word for Sean, who is on the golf course. He told me he wasn't attending and had retired from public appearances. I will ask him again, but he's feeling fine.'
No show: Sir Sean Connery, seen here at the event in 2006 with Scotland's First Minister Jack McConnell, pulled out as host at the last minute