Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 April 2014

Holmes ‘wants Suri to concentrate on school’

Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise

Katie Holmes reportedly wants her and ex-husband Tom Cruise’s six-year-old daughter Suri to focus on schooling and is adamantly opposed to the tot starting up a modelling career.

The actress shares her six-year-old tot with ex-husband Tom Cruise, whom she split from last year.

Apparently Suri has been extended a number of offers to be the face of fashion campaigns and the star of advertisements.

Katie will not allow her child to start up an entertainment career so early on.

“Suri may be one of the most photographed children on the planet but she won’t be doing her own photo shoots for fashion houses just yet,” a source told Radar Online.

“Katie wants her to concentrate on school before anything else. Something her parents drilled into her when she was young. They pushed Katie through Notre Dame Academy and Katie will be equally as hands-on with Suri.”

It is said that Katie isn’t keen on Suri being involved in show business.

She desires for her daughter to find her own professional path in life.

“In an ideal world, Katie doesn’t want Suri to follow in her footsteps into showbiz. She would prefer her daughter worked in law, like her father,” the insider said.

“Whatever she chooses to do when she’s older, Katie will support her. If she wants to model then, that’s fine. But first, school is the priority.

“She just wants Suri to have as normal a childhood as possible. Katie is trying to keep her grounded and forget the celebrity lifestyle that she’s become accustomed to.”

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