Katie Holmes Says Suri Will Likely Be an Actress

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Katie Holmes takes Suri Cruise to a play date. Credit: OHPIX/bauergriffinonline.com

You often read interviews with actors and actresses who claim they would hate for their children to enter showbiz. But not Katie Holmes.

The mom to Suri Cruise, 5, and wife of Hollywood royalty Tom Cruise, tells InStyle magazine she envisions her daughter doing lots of different things in life, including catching the acting bug.

"She's an amazing athlete, singer and dancer, and I think she'll probably be an actress," Holmes tells the magazine. Here's more from her interview in the InStyle August issue:

On pregnancy rumors: "I'm not pregnant. I had bad posture. And I was having a fat day!"

On parenting choices: "I have to be a good parent in my own heart first. I'm not going to choose making people happy over doing the right thing for my child."

On a sibling for Suri: "I don't feel pressure to do that. We already have a very big family: a full household with cousins who are over a lot, and she has her friends. My biggest thing is making sure she's fully taken care of and doing well."

On Suri's style: "I do not dress her. She dresses herself! Obviously, I buy her clothes, but she is the one who puts her outfits together. In fact, she helps me. If she likes something of mine, I know it's good."
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