Like mother, like daughter! Katie Holmes and her mini-me daughter Suri Cruise stepped out for dinner in NYC wanting like absolute twins.
Suri Cruise, 14, and her mom Katie Holmes, 41, are two peas in a pod! The pair have been quarantined in New York Metropolis, and are ceaselessly observed working errands collectively or consuming out. On August 14, the mother-daughter duo stepped out for dinner in Manhattan and twinned in printed maxi apparel. The Dawson’s Creek actress rocked a darkish blue robe, which she paired with a denim jacket and white sneakers. Most importantly, she wore a defending face masks in a reasonably floral pattern.
She moreover wore darkish shades and allowed her brunette hair to fall effortlessly down her once more, very like her teen daughter! Suri, whom Katie shares with ex Tom Cruise, appeared an identical to her mom in a blue floral robe with frills on the shoulders. She wore a white tank excessive beneath, gold gladiator sandals and a blue medical face masks.
This really isn’t the first time the duo have rocked associated outfits. The super unbiased teen was snapped on July 17 hitting up Vint & York Eyewear in New York’s SoHo neighbourhood, wanting very on-trend in a pair of black wide-legged pants. She paired the jeans with a blush pink tank excessive and a neon pink defending face masks.
Whereas Suri was attractive inside the modern pants, her mom was shut by inside the New York neighborhood of Nolita carrying the an identical mannequin! She donned high-waisted, wide-legged jeans in a light-weight wash blue shade whereas working errands. Although they’ve been adopted spherical by paparazzi masses all through quarantine, Katie continues to be very private and defending of Suri. In a unusual interview with Elle UK in December 2019 she opened up about her little lady.“I was happy to develop to be a mom in my 20s,” she began. “It’s been good that our ages match. How do I put this? All ages that my baby has been and my age in the meanwhile has been an excellent match. We type of grew up collectively.”