Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' daughter allegedy is not a big fan of Jamie Foxx. Suri Cruise has apparently asked her mother to part ways with her boyfriend.
According to a report in Woman's Day Australia, the 12-year-old has been asking her mother to put an end to their relationship. A source said, "As much as Jamie makes an effort with Suri, she sees the pain he causes when he goes days or weeks without answering her mum's calls. Plus, she overhears Katie moaning to friends about his flirting."
"She's really protective of her mum and Jamie's starting to realize it's not just Katie he has to convince. He has to win over Suri again — and that's a lot tougher," the insider added.
Holmes reportedly began dating Foxx in 2013, following her divorce from Cruise. Though the couple are tight lipped about their relationship, the 39-year-old denied a recent report by Radar Online, claiming she abruptly cut ties with the Django Unchained actor. Her spokesperson told People, "The Radar story is 100 per cent untrue."
Meanwhile, the Dawson's Creek actress has always shared that her daughter is her number one priority. She told Modern Luxuryin 2016, "When I'm not on set, I'm being a mum. I'm doing mum stuff. When I go to an event, I leave at 10 pm because it's really important to me to be a mum that is dependable."
Adding on, the actress revealed how blessed she feels to offer Suri a 'normal childhood'. She told Town & Country, "This business is so unstable, and you never really know where you're going to be ... My child is the most important person to me, and her upbringing is paramount to my work right now."
"It's very important that I'm present and she has a stable, innocent childhood. I feel so blessed to do what I do, but there's nothing in the world better than watching your child succeed," she added.
Holmes also talked about the excessive media attention her daughter receives. She said, "To experience something publicly and privately is a lot for a person to go through. In today's world a lot of celebrities probably shield their children from the tabloids; in my household, we know what they print isn't true, so we don't pay attention. There are more important things. But it's very relatable to me; if people know who you are, they might write about you, and you can't control that."