Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 May 2015

Cruise and Holmes enjoy family time

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have been enjoying quality time together in Canada.

Tom is currently in Vancouver shooting the latest instalment of Mission: Impossible action franchise. To make sure they don’t spend too much time apart, Katie and their four-year-old daughter, Suri, are currently staying with Tom in the city.

Whenever 48-year-old Tom has a break from filming, he has been meeting up with Katie and Suri and the family have gone a series of fun trips. On Monday after lunch at a vegetarian restaurant, Katie took Suri to watch her dad shoot some scenes on the movie set for Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.

Once Tom had wrapped for the day, the trio went for dinner at a Thai restaurant before heading home at around 11.30pm.

The Hollywood star also made sure he spent some time alone with his 32-year-old wife over the weekend. The loved-up couple were spotted laughing and joking as they took a romantic walk together and enjoyed coffee on Saturday. The following day they went out for an intimate candlelit dinner.

Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol is due to be released in cinemas worldwide later this year. This will be the fourth time Tom has reprised the role of action man Ethan Hunt.

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