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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Tom Cruise 'treating Suri'

Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise is apparently "redoubling his efforts" to spoil his daughter Suri.

The Hollywood star spent quality time with the six-year-old in New York last week. The pair went to the beach and enjoyed a helicopter ride, before Suri returned to her mom Katie Holmes. Tom is determined to maintain his close bond with his child following his high-profile divorce from Katie.

"He's always spoilt Suri. But now he's likely to be redoubling his efforts because he misses her," a source told UK magazine Look. "What that means for Katie is that while she's trying to instil a routine and introduce more discipline, Tom could swoop in with a fun-only policy."

It has also been reported that Tom may even consider relocating to New York City for the sake of Suri and Scientology. Although the he is based in Los Angeles, there is speculation he could move to the east coast.

"During the divorce proceedings, apparently no rules were laid out about where either party could live," a source told UK magazine Grazia. "Until now, Scientology has been a very LA-centric movement, but another reason Tom will be keen to relocate is to focus on developing the church in Manhattan."

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