Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Cruise doesn’t like Holmes’ new image

Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise fells like ex-wife Katie Holmes is a “total stranger” with her new sexy style.

The couple divorced in July 2012 after five years of marriage and since then the 34-year-old actress has transformed her demure look.

Apparently Tom, 50, stared lacking confidence when her saw her cover the April edition of Allure magazine while appearing topless.

“Tom liked her low-key and invisible, so this new Katie is a total stranger to him,” America’s Star magazine reports. “She is dressing like a single lady who is available, and he doesn’t like that, especially since he has been going through an image crisis recently.”

The two have six-year-old daughter Suri Cruise together and while Katie has primary custody, they jet back and forth to divide time with the child.

Tom has been in the United Kingdom recording new motion picture All You Need Is Kill and it seems all the hard is getting to him.

“Tom has been in London filming and looking like hell,” the source added.

With his ex-wife’s improved look Tom is apparently envious that she seems to be doing very well, while he is burned out.

“It’s really bothering him that Katie is looking spectacular while he just feels old and tired,” the insider continued.

The Oblivion star was married to actress Nicole Kidman from 1990 to 2001. He spent the three years up until then wed to screen star Mimi Rogers.

As he promoted his latest cinema offering, Tom doesn’t seem to have the time to date.

He has been moving around the globe on a tour for Oblivion, which is about “a veteran assigned to extract Earth's remaining resources and begins to question what he knows about his mission and himself”, according to IMDb.

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