Over the weekend, actress Katie Holmes and daughter Suri Cruise made a rare appearance at the Lakers game in Los Angeles.
The two were only one row away from the basketball court while they watched a nail-biter between the Lakers and the Detroit Pistons at Staples Center. The Pistons ended up winning the game by a final score of 102-97, after the Lakers led at the beginning.
A week ago, Katie posted adorable photos of herself at age 4 and 17. Looking at the pics, Suri’s resemblance to Katie was undeniable.
Last month, Katie opened up about motherhood, telling The New York Times, "I try to make our world very much an environment that’s just all about being a kid without too much of Hollywood coming into that. And I just enjoy it. Honestly I think that there are so many books and opinions about how to be a great mom, and you have good days and bad days, and sometimes you do great and sometimes you could have done better. But I have to say I’m really enjoying having a 10-year-old. She’s a remarkable person."
Katie is in the middle of promoting her return to the role of Jackie Kennedy in the upcoming miniseries “The Kennedys — After Camelot.” During a recent interview with “Extra’s” Renee Bargh at TCA, she shared, “It wasn't easy, because there's her accent, there's her essence. This series, it's after a lot of tragedy, so it's a different Jackie, more seasoned.” Watch!
“The Kennedys — After Camelot” airs April 2 on Reelz.