Katie Holmes and daughter Suri, 3, hold hands during a shopping excursion in Boston.
The “Dawson’s Creek” darling and her almost-three-year-old girl indulged their appetites with some pizza while out in Beverly Hills, California.Rather than hamming it up for the paparazzi, little Suri opted to hide her face in her mommy’s shoulder when the shutterbugs showed up.
And it looks like Katie is back to her cropped coif after showing up at husband Tom Cruise’s “Valkyrie” premiere in Japan sporting some serious extensions.
The handsome family smiled as they made their way past adoring fans in the terminal, with Katie carrying her little girl as Tom manned his daughter’s stuffed elephant.Following their arrival at Narita, the TomKat and Suri were then escorted outside to an awaiting helicopter, flying off to a nearby location.
The trip comes just after Katie finished up work on the New York City set of her upcoming movie “The Extra Man”.
The “Mad Money” mommy (who turns 30 later this month) looked cool and casual in a dark grey sweater-style dress with black leggings and high-heeled boots as she carried her toddler, who was clutching a stuffed bunny.Katie’s husband Tom Cruise is being featured in the new issue of People magazine (which hits stores this Friday) with an interview and a massive collection of pictures.
The article is said to cover everything from his early career, to his kids, to his current marriage to Holmes, and the unfortunate couch-jumping incident on Oprah. Of the embarrassing moment, Cruise quips, “I think I could have handled things better.”
Living in New York City, it’s a no-brainer that FAO Schwartz is the perfect place to take kids. And last night Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, and Suri were all spotted indulging their collective inner-child.
The “Mad Money” mommy watched as her adorable toddler perused the wares at the iconic toy store while also charming the store’s workers in the processFinally, when the shopping spree was over, Katie and Suri made their way to the cash register to pay the presumably massive bill.
As for her current Broadway gig “All My Sons,” Holmes recently told The Blade that she took the role very seriously, and spent plenty of time preparing even before she got to New York City.
“For preparation for this experience on Broadway, I worked a lot on my voice and really strengthening that and to be at a level which was similar to everyone else’s in the cast.”
“I certainly didn’t want to sound very weak next to them. We’re such a team and it’s an important story that we’re telling. I worked really hard on strengthening my voice over the summertime before we even started the rehearsal. Then in the rehearsal process we worked a lot on our bodies, and just getting comfortable on the stage. That’s what was the most different for me, from working in front of a camera to stage.”