Suri Cruise Begging Katie Holmes To Let Her Talk To Tom — New Report

Wed, July 11, 2012 6:15pm EST by 4 Comments

Caught in the middle of her parents’ very public divorce, Suri wants to make sure she still gets to stay in touch with her dad — especially since she’ll be with Katie 24/7.

Although she is one of Hollywood’s most famous A-list kids, Suri Cruise is still just a 6-year-old child of divorce. As Katie Holmes locks down a stable future in New York for her daughter, Suri requests that she doesn’t lose touch with her daddy Tom Cruise as he travels around the world.

Suri has been mostly shielded from her parents’ divorce drama, because her father is always absent to fulfill filming and press duties. But their most common method of communication —  talking on the phone —  is something the 6-year-old wants to make sure never stops.

Katie actually agrees with her daughter.

“Suri been talking to her daddy every day on the phone, which is more than normal,” a source tells OK! magazine.

Whenever the Rock of Ages star visits his youngest daughter, he always brings presents and surprises, and Suri doesn’t want to give that up. Tom has also notoriously been the fun parent, expressing a laid-back attitude to parenting and discipline.

But it’s clear that Suri is much closer to her mom, and seems to only want to hear from her dad if he promises to bring her gifts next time they see eachother.

“Suri doesn’t care so much that Tom’s away; all she cares aout is that he comes hom with a bag full of goodies for her,” the insider adds.

What do YOU think HollyMoms? Does Suri really miss her dad? Let us know below!

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Posted at 9:53 AM on July 12, 2012  

My husband traveled for work when my daughter was growing up. We separated when she was 4, and she didn’t even realize it until she was 6. Until she was about 8 or 9 years old, I was her favorite parent, though her father was very much a part of her daily life, and he was with her when he could be. Young children don’t really like to talk on the phone with their parents that much, but they do like to connect with the absent parent. Now that she’s 12, she’s daddy’s little girl. I’m sure it’s the way with most girls, and I’m sure Suri too, loves her dad, but like most 6 year olds, relies most heavily on her mom, who is there every day. They both seem like great parents who are both trying to love and protect their child, and who are both mourning the death of their previous dream of growing old together. That’s over, but their commitment to co-parenting Suri will hopefully remain strong. It seems as though it is moving in that direction, and I’m glad for all of them. Tom and Katie will recover quickly from the divorce, and if my daughter’s success and strength is an indicator, Suri will be none the worse long-term for their break-up. I’m sure she’ll see her father almost as often, as if her parents were together, as his schedule permits. Although children of divorce never get over that feeling of, “wouldn’t it be great if we were all together”. That not being the reality of life is something that all, however nostalgic they may be for the past, must come to accept. Many divorced families are able to come together for special events in their children’s lives, thus providing them with this important experience of “being together”. Maybe having lost his family over his commitment to Scientology may cause Tom to look at the power the religion seems to have over his life, and re-evaluate some of his beliefs. Most people mellow as they grow older, but, Tom Cruise is a special case.

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Posted at 12:20 AM on July 12, 2012  

I there something wrong with Suri–either mentally or physically? She is always being carried. Something seems weird about that–at her age.

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Posted at 7:45 PM on July 11, 2012  

I think that’s awful for someone to say Suri only wishes to see her father because he brings her lots of goodies. Look at the pictures – without him present, she’s getting plenty of goodies. Soon the material things will not seem so much fun and she’s going to want to see and be with her father just as she does her mother. Children need and want both parents.

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Posted at 7:38 PM on July 11, 2012  

of course she misses having a dad around, but this guy isn’t ever in one place long enough for her to see him much. and, at her age, stability and routine are still key- so she shouldn’t be jetting around chasing him. maybe when his career runs out he’ll have time for his kids.

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