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Thursday 18 December 2014

Cruise and Holmes 'making Suri happy'

Katie Holmes
Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes' daughter has been enjoying daily face painting sessions.

The actress is mother to six-year-old Suri with Tom Cruise, with whom she is in the process of divorcing.

Since the pair split last month, Katie has gone all out to ensure her little girl feels safe and happy.

According to Heat magazine, the actress has organised for Suri to have her face painted every day and has also arranged for a personal chef to whip up fresh cakes for her to nibble on whenever she wants a treat.

"Every day in the Holmes house has been about making Suri happy," an insider told the publication.

As part of the divorce agreement Tom is able to visit with Suri.

He apparently has a private jet for her to travel in when she journeys from her home in New York City to Los Angeles to see him.

She also has a £20,000 electric toy car to play with and when she next sees her dad she might have a pet waiting for her.

"Suri announced two weeks ago that she would like a puppy Tom actually promised her one," a source said.

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