Since April, there has been much controversy over the Cruise-Holmes baby. However, five-month-old Suri Cruise made her debut into society on the cover of October’s issue of Vanity Fair. Up until recently it was speculated, to the horror of her parents, that Suri had some kind of abnormality. It seemed that the family was trying to hide her because they hadn’t released pictures since her birth. Katie rebutted these speculations by stating, “She’s a glorious girl. She’s the miracle of our lives.” Still the speculations rolled on. On the cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair magazine, these speculations are silenced. Cradled in the arms of her father, Tom Cruise, beautiful baby Suri smiles innocently. She has a full head of jet-black hair and her mommy’s baby blue eyes.
The photos of the infant were taken by Annie Leibowitz, who also shot the pictures of Connor and Bella, Cruise’s other children. Leibowitz and Jane Sarkin, Vanity Fair’s features editor, spent five days in the Cruise home. Sarkin states, “Tom and Katie are content parents. He’s a very hands-on father, and she is an incredible mother.” She also says that the two have very little help in the household, which is an accomplishment for two celebrities.
Still the question remains, why did they wait so long to release the pictures of this sweet baby girl? They answer with, “Suri was born just as ‘Mission Impossible III’ was being released. Tom was worn out and just wanted to get home to be with the baby.” The couple claims that they were always planning on releasing a photo, but then the controversy started. Sarkin also informed Vanity Fair that Katie and Tom are in the midst of planning their wedding.
Even through all of this solidarity, Tom still has a way of showing his “strange” side. GoldenPalace.com bought Suri Cruise’s bronzed baby poop for $10,000. The money from this purchase will be going to the Kristin Brooks Hope Center. The Bronzed Baby Poop is an original sculpture by artist Daniel Edwards. The sculpture is purportedly cast from the excretion of Suri’s first meal. The baby poop is cast with a bronze finish and is mounted on a base that includes a brass plate engraved with baby Suri’s name. What kind of “crap” are they going to come up with next?
It is not yet clear on the parenting skills that Katie and Tom plan to shape baby Suri with. The strictest form of Scientology might play a role, or maybe a more laid back approach set forth by Katie. We will all have to wait and see.