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Sunday 1 February 2015

Katie Holmes 'concerned for Cruise'

Katie Holmes
Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes is allegedly "concerned" about Tom Cruise's "fragile" appearance.

The actress is reportedly considering asking her ex-husband to spend Christmas with her and their daughter Suri.

This comes after Katie allegedly told friends she was worried about the star's gaunt appearance over the past few months.

"Katie is finally settled and happy in her new life and is a lot more confident about speaking to and seeing Tom," a source revealed to British magazine Grazia. "Katie knows that Suri would love to spend Christmas with her daddy and vice versa. She misses Tom and seems concerned about how fragile he appears."

Tom has been filming his upcoming movie All You Need Is Kill in London and hasn't been pictured with Suri for some time. The 50-year-old Hollywood star is reportedly so desperate to have Suri back in his life that he has even considered quitting his religion Scientology if it means having more access to his daughter.

"Tom misses Suri and Katie like crazy so he jumped at the offer [to spend Christmas with them]," the source continued. "He would do anything to get them back."

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