Posted Thu, August 18, 2011 9:53am EDT

Suri Cruise Throws A MASSIVE Tantrum Over Her Favorite Blanket — But Her Bodyguard Comes To The Rescue!

Posted Thu, August 18, 2011 9:53am EDT

Katie Holmes and Suri were ready to head out of NYC in a private helicopter, until the 5-year-old fashionista realized mommy forgot to grab her treasured pink blanket! Get ready for a meltdown, folks!

It’s normal for any tot to have a temper tantrum — they’re kids for crying out loud — but Suri Cruise took the word ‘meltdown’ to a new level yesterday, August 17, after she realized her prize possession had gone missing. Nope, not her $1,700 Dolce & Gabbana bag. All the fuss was over her ultra-soft, $175 Little Giraffe blanky she’s carried EVERYWHERE since she was a baby — and her attachment to it is pretty obvious!

Suri was in a fabulous mood as usual, sitting in the helicopter ready to jet off, until she realized her plush blanket was missing and threw a hissy fit. The 5-year-old started hysterical crying to mommy Katie Holmes, screaming for her blanky.

That’s when her big and burly bodyguard came to the rescue and went to the back of the helicopter to retrieve Suri’s treasured possession and make sure it found it’s way back in her arms.

As soon as he handed the blanket over, Suri was beaming with joy and thanked her bodyguard, even waving goodbye and blowing kisses at him through the window! Suri soon returned to her old self and was ready to jet off to her next destination — and squeeze in a nap (hopefully)! Ah, Thank God for private security…

–Leigh Blickley

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Teresa

Posted at 9:59 PM on June 29, 2012  

Ok I know this post is like a year old but since I’ve been hearing a lot about them recently I stumbled onto this and I got to put my 2 cents in it. First of all I think most of the comments here sayin how much a brat Siri is, the commenters must not have kids of their own. If they did they would know how much a blanket is everything to a child. Being a parent ain’t easy like ppl think. you have everyone saying not to do this and not to do that but at the end of the day it don’t matter,, you do what works for you cuz not all kids are the same. And about that comment about expensive things, I’m dirt poor, under the nations poverty level, I work my butt off every day and if I had it I would buy my kids the world. Why does it matter anyway its not ur money. Like I said before, if u have kids u understand there is nothing wrong with a little girl wanting her SECURITY blanket.

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Jessica Washington

Posted at 9:17 PM on February 22, 2012  

How absurd! A 5 year old child should not have a security blanket. In fact, any child over 3 shouldn’t have one. That is ridiculous. Maybe after 3 the blanket can stay IN BED, AT HOME but that is it. I can’t believe people raise their children up to be so attached to objects rather human contact. Children should find comfort in their parents and not a stupid blanket.

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Emma Sullivan

Posted at 8:01 AM on November 2, 2011  

It’s amazing what this people can get away with when doing this sort of thing. You should take them to the courts, when they go against the law. Because people’s safety when paying for a place is for it to be SAFE!

SECURITYDIRECT.CO.UK

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fire blanket

Posted at 6:45 AM on September 16, 2011  

HeHe if only real world problems where that bad

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donna

Posted at 7:46 PM on September 14, 2011  

i agree that having a security blanket or stuffed animal etc..at 5 is acceptable. to be honest suri is a child but a the same time she is often allowed to act and look like an adult and speak as if she’s an adult but we need to get down to the root of it…she is just a child and having a security blanket is ok. her parents are another story..lol! suri is always jetted off to this place and that all over the world and there cant be any kind of real structure in that no matter what her mom tries to say about routine! katie and tom are really just ridiculous but thats off topic again, sorry! back to subject..as i was saying Suri really has no contstant structure in her life as far as school every weekday, sleeping in her same bed every night, etc..so of course she would have some type of security blanket or thing she totes around with her everywhere. at least she knows that her blanky will be there even if every thing around her keeps changing on an almost daily basis!

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Sheri

Posted at 9:32 AM on August 19, 2011  

its nauseating they would spoil a child to that extreme instead of taking her to shelters and hospitals to give back. Maybe then she would have some appreciation of her health & wealth. Her mom should be back handed for buying her 1,700 dollar purses. Dumb a$$e$

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Kate

Posted at 9:29 AM on August 19, 2011  

It just breaks my heart to see the distress in a child over ANYTHING so personal to them! She was brokenhearted and then when her treasured blanket was returned to her…a sweet nod of gratefulness ensued. She is a baby folks and she lives in the public eye…I truly feel for her and her nomadic lifestyle that is thrust upon her. I imagine that constant travel CANNOT BE EASY to tolerate.

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M

Posted at 8:49 AM on August 19, 2011  

What is sad is to realize how soon Tom forgot about his adopted kids and how he push their mom Nicole away from them must be very hard for them to be replace and realize they are no important their mom got 2 new babies and their dad’s world is Suri so sad I see Katy Holmes is the evil step mom because at least before Tom put attention to them but little by little she make him change and you can see Katy act like a diva.

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Crystal

Posted at 5:13 PM on August 18, 2011  

Does anyone know whatever happened to Tom’s other kids? I saw them as background,once. These stories and Suri’s behavior shows that as far as Tom, Katie and Suri are concerned, Suri is the only one on the planet. Everyone else is entourage.

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Sean Hunter

Posted at 4:38 PM on August 18, 2011  

I just paid $24,31 for an iPad2-64GB and my girlfriend loves her Panasonic GF 1 Camera that we got for $34,26 there arriving tomorrow by UPS. I will never pay such expensive retail prices in stores again. Especially when I also sold a 42 inch LED TV to my boss for $678 which only cost me $68,18 to buy. Here is the website we use to get it all from, CentSpace.com

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laura

Posted at 3:10 PM on August 18, 2011  

that was sweet

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Dee Dee

Posted at 3:05 PM on August 18, 2011  

Suri just wants her security blanket. What’s so wrong with that? She’s a child with a child’s reasoning. Nothing strange going on here.

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Lynn in Alabama

Posted at 12:30 PM on August 18, 2011  

Give her a break. It cannot be easy to be the kid of a celeb. Kids want to be kids and that poor child is forced to be adult-like most of the time (in my opinion). Throw into the mix that her dad is mega strange… she will need even more than a blanket when she gets older.

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erica

Posted at 12:14 PM on August 18, 2011  

my daughter is one, not an only child and she has a special blanket that shes had since the day she was born, she does throw a fit if somebody else is holding it, or she cant see it and especially if she cant sleep with it. every kid is different and suri does have siblings,tom married nicole kidman years ago and they have like 2 or 3 kids together. so shes not all along.

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Sam

Posted at 12:07 PM on August 18, 2011  

There is a difference between throwing a tantrum and being upset and crying for something. If she was having a tantrum, she would be kicking and screaming, hitting….,and I see none of that. All I see is that she is crying because she realized her blanket wasn’t with her. So, if a child cries now, they are having a tantrum? I am really surprised at how ridiculous some people are…, it’s as if people think they can pick on her because of who her parents are. They are still PEOPLE with FEELINGS and is it really anyone else’s business how Suri is brought up? NO!

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LittleMo

Posted at 11:52 AM on August 18, 2011  

Manners is not having that kind of tantrum to start with, especially in public. There is nothing wrong with that brat that an old-fashioned ass-whipping wouldn’t cure.

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Pat

Posted at 12:17 PM on August 18, 2011  

You honestly think a child should be punished for getting upset about something!? I didn’t see one picture where she was hitting, kicking, screaming. She was crying. I feel sorry for your children, if you have any. I bet they are afraid to even cry in front of you out of fear that you will give them “an old-fashioned ass-whipping”! I think you are rude and deserve an old-fashioned slap across the face for your hatefulness.

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DAncer

Posted at 11:17 AM on August 18, 2011  

Think its great that she thanked him.. manners!

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Courtney

Posted at 10:12 AM on August 18, 2011  

Suri still having a blanket at her age is a bit over the top she’s a spoiled little brat Michael Neeson for example was long passed the security blanket stage by the time he was her age in 2000 though maybe she holds on to hers because she’s an only child with a selfish mother who refuses to have another baby

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rudeness

Posted at 11:52 AM on August 18, 2011  

Courtney-
Can you be any more RUDE and off-topic?? Suri is a CHILD…she is only 5 and she travels A LOT. I am sure her security blanket gives her just that, “SECURITY”. She is not too old for that and calling someone’s else’s child, whom you don’t even know, a “Spoiled little Brat” is extremely disrespectful. I know you have learning disabilities and you would not tolerate someone calling you “stupid” or “crazy” because of your silly rambling that you seem to do on every website. It amazes me the lack of respect I see for other people. You think that because you are sitting on your ass in front of a computer screen that’s it’s okay to be hateful? Well, you’re wrong. It’s not okay to bully people. You think you are so much better? Well, I can assure you, you’re not. You have issues too, Courtney. You want people calling you out on that? Didn’t think so. My advice, don’t dish it if you can’t take it….and I know you can’t.

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joy

Posted at 3:09 PM on August 21, 2011  

Suri needs a good spanking.

 
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punkinhead

Posted at 11:34 PM on September 4, 2011  

rudeness…you can’t be more wrong.
u must be a diehard fan to even say or think that. LOL

Anyone with a normal brain knows Suri is a huge brat and has a mom that is totally clueless.

Do your homework before saying such stupid things

 
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mama of 2

Posted at 3:47 PM on August 18, 2011  

I have two wonderful kids age three and eight and both have “security” blankets that they had since the day they were born and they can’t sleep with out them. I don’t see the problem with that. Having a security blanket does not mean she is spoiled. Maybe you should take a good look hard look at yourself before you say things like that about a CHILD!!

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