Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Katie Holmes 'missing Cruise'

Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes has allegedly been questioning whether she was right to divorce Tom Cruise after a series of "emotional phone calls".

The actress divorced Hollywood star Tom earlier this year to embark on a new life as a single mom in New York.

It has recently been reported that Tom, who is father to their daughter Suri, had been trying to reconcile with Katie following their split.

The 50-year-old was allegedly even considering ditching his ties with Scientology if it meant getting Katie and Suri back.

Now reports have emerged that claim the 33-year-old former Dawson's Creek star is starting to crumble without her husband by her side.

"Katie didn't realise how low she would be after the divorce," a source told British magazine Grazia. "She says she's been thinking about Tom a lot lately and misses him. She's been calling him more and more and at times those phone calls have got quite emotional."

Tom's been a shoulder to cry on for Katie despite his acting commitments over the past few months. Tom has been residing in the UK while he completes work on All You Need Is Kill, and is reportedly planning to use his Christmas break to travel to the US to be with his family.

"Tom has been really supportive - so much so that in her weakest moments she's even questioned if she was too hasty ending their marriage," the source suggested.

"He has decided to fly to New York earlier than planned, so he, Katie and Suri will be spending nearly two weeks together over Christmas. Tom wants to spend as much time as possible with Suri, but he's also looking forward to seeing Katie. He wants to give her all the support he can. It will be interesting to see how it goes."

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