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Holmes grateful for 3am friends

Katie Holmes has said she is lucky to have a close group of friends who she can call in the middle of the night if she needs to.

The Kennedys star talked about how much she loved other women and how important they were in helping each other succeed, in an interview with Red magazine.

She said: "Women are complicated, in a beautiful way, and they have lots of different roles. I'm inspired by the community of women it takes to help one woman succeed.

"It's important to be supportive and have people you can call at 3am. I have a group of friends I call, and my sisters. If I'm thinking about my sister, she will end up calling me, it's weird. Telepathic."

Katie also admitted that she didn't go out as much any more for fear of how her behaviour could be misunderstood by people on social media.

She said: "I think that it's a very interesting time for artists right now because of social media and camera phones. I don't think you ever know how you'll be portrayed. Any story can attach itself to your image.

"I don't pay much attention because I'd spend the whole time worrying. I just don't go out much to avoid it."

The 36-year-old also added: "I'm not so different than I was at 20. I still buy too many jeans... I don't stay stuck on anything too long. I mean, like, any emotion."

The full interview is in the next issue of Red, on sale from January 2.

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