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After they dropped the kids off at Tom’s and went to see Katie Holmes perform in All My Sons, Tom Cruise and David and Victoria Beckham picked up all their kids and headed to Il Cantinori in Manhattan to have dinner. Tom and Katie had 2 1/2-year-old daughter Suri; David carried sons Romeo, 6, and Cruz, 3; and a protective Brooklyn, 9, led his mom by the hand in and out of the restaurant. Tom’s older children, 15-year-old Isabella and 13-year-old Connor, were also along for dinner. Rock star Cruz smiled happily for the paps, but little Suri was looking unimpressed.
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David and Victoria Beckham, along with their boys, Brooklyn, 9, Romeo, 6, and Cruz, 3, make a surprise Thanksgiving visit to Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ apartment in New York City. The Beckham family was also shown leaving the Cruise residence to attend Katie’s play All my Sons on Broadway the day before Thanksgiving.
Elton John and David Furnish are said to be the godparents of Brooklyn and Romeo, while the godmother is Elizabeth Hurley. Posh and Becks have stated they would like to have more children, in particular a daughter.
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Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr told Page Six magazine that she wants kids someday, but she dreams of raising them far away from the spotlight,
“I’ve always wanted kids, so someday, eventually, yes, it will happen. My ideal situation would be to live on a farm in a solar-powered house with a hammock and a vegetable patch. When this is all over, that’s where I’ll be.”
When asked if she wanted them with current boyfriend Orlando Bloom, though, she refused to talk about their relationship,
“Everyone asks me to talk about him and they get really annoyed with me when I say no,” said Kerr. “But if you want to know about him, why don’t you go and ask him? I’m sorry, but that’s just how it is.”
For right now, Miranda is content with her life the way it’s going,
“In the last 22 days I’ve been to eight different countries,” said Kerr. “Honestly, I’m always on an airplane. I spend a lot of time on beautiful little islands, but generally it’s one day here and then flying, then one day there, then fly. But I feel very grateful to have so much work, especially with the economy how it is.”
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Brooke attended the weekly Wednesday-morning service at the Manhattan school where Rowan goes to kindergarten,
“I watched the children file in quietly. I was in a seat another mom had saved for me—like in high school!—and Rowan’s eyes lit up when she saw me sneaking a wave. She kept checking for me. I was just another mom sharing the experience, and I thought, Wow, it took having a child for me to feel like I belong, that I’m normal. It was pretty profound.”
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Currently, Brooke is starring as Wendy Healy, a woman trying to juggle a movie-producing career, a marriage, and two kids. (While there have been rumors of the show’s cancellation, Brooke has denied them as has the studio.) Her schedule is hectic, with 14-hour shooting days in New York City, including nights and weekends; husband Chris Henchy works in Los Angeles, and the family reunited every other weekend.
With so much going on all the time, Brooke says her favorite thing to do is just sink into the background and be a mom to her daughters. “I’m a larger-than-life thing. I’m the reason the paparazzi take their pictures. When my girls are on their own, and their little personalities come out, I feel so good.”
Brooke’s relationship with her own mother was famously intense and tumultuous. “I feel like there’s a reason I had girls. My mom and I were very, very, very close, but we had no separation. My daughters are teaching me that it’s okay to have boundaries, that they want them.”
Brooke also explains that good manners are important in her house – even for those who don’t live there! Stating that “there are so few children I like,” she explains, “If you’re not polite, you can’t come to my house. Manners [represent] respect and kindness. I want people to like my kids, and if they’re bratty, they’ll have a harder time in life.”
But always, the most important thing in her life is being a parent. “Once you love someone that much, you think, God, why did I do this to myself? It’s so heart-wrenching! And then you realize: It’s so heart-wrenching. That’s why I did it to myself.”
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