Saturday, July 21, 2012

Suri and Katie brave the rain for a stylish day out in the Meatpacking District - New York Daily News

Suri Cruise clutches a gray stuffed animal during a wet afternoon stroll in New York City Friday.

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Suri Cruise clutches a gray stuffed animal during a wet afternoon stroll in New York City Friday.

Rainy days are no match for Suri Cruise and her mom.

The stylish 6-year-old and mom Katie Holmes were spotted braving a downpour in New York City on Friday, shortly after the pair grabbed a bite to eat at the French bistro Pastis in the Meatpacking District.

Suri, decked out in a pink skirt and a similarly hued cardigan, quickly traded her white flip-flops for coral rain boots as the weather worsened.

The budding fashionista even had a matching ballerina-themed umbrella, which she carried in one hand while clutching a stuffed animal in the other.


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A casually dressed Katie Holmes covered her daughter with a massive black umbrella.

Suri didn't seem to be a big fan of the wet weather, however.

The 6-year-old pouted as a casually dressed Holmes covered her with a massive black umbrella.

Suri returned Thursday from a mini beach vacation to East Hampton, N.Y. with her father, Tom Cruise, a source told U.S. Weekly.

Holmes, 33, won sole legal custody of Suri in a speedy divorce settlement after she decided to pull the plug on her five-year marriage to Cruise on June 28.

But the "Top Gun" star has been granted "generous" visitation rights, Us Weekly reported.


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The stylish 6-year-old wore a pink skirt and coral cardigan, pulling together the outfit with a similarly hued umbrella and rain boots.

Cruise was seen spending time with Suri in New York less than a week after the whirlwind divorce.

The 50-year-old got in some father-daughter time after he wrapped shooting his sci-fi flick "Oblivion" in Mammoth Lakes, Calif.

Holmes has also been keeping busy.

The former "Dawson's Creek" star will return to Broadway this fall as Lorna in Theresa Rebeck's new play "Dead Accounts."


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The pair were spotted in the Meatpacking District after grabbing lunch at Pastis.

"I am thrilled to be coming back to the Broadway community and honored to be a part of this team," Holmes, who will play a single woman living with her aging parents, said in a statement.

The newly single actress made her Broadway debut in the 2008 renewal of Arthur Miller's famed play "All My Sons."

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