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Tom Cruise won't hide beliefs from Suri

19 July 2012, 13:03

 Los Angeles - Tom Cruise will not hide his Scientology beliefs from daughter Suri.

The Rock of Ages actor - who is a huge follower of the sci-fi religion - will not be afraid to discuss the religion with the six-year-old girl, despite estranged wife Katie Holmes reportedly wanting the youngster to have nothing to do with it.

A source said: "Tom is not ashamed of his beliefs and won't hide them from his daughter."

Tom - who also has children Isabella, 19, and 17-year-old Connor, with second wife Nicole Kidman - was reunited with Suri on Tuesday in New York after not seeing her for over a month.

He was working on new movie Oblivion and insiders say he was desperate to see his little girl.

'Best for Suri'

One said: "He's wanted to see her as fast as possible since this started. He couldn't shut down production, cost people their jobs. People count on him."

Katie filed for divorce last month after five years of marriage and the former couple settled their divorce agreement last week, with the actress having primary custody of Suri.

Tom will have extensive visitation rights and thought it was best for Suri she lived full-time with her mother in New York.

His longtime friend and lawyer Bert Fields said: "Tom tried his best to do what's right for Suri."

It has been claimed Katie, 33, has enrolled Suri into a Catholic school as she didn't want her to have the Scientology upbringing Tom's other children had.

- BangShowBiz


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