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Katie Holmes made her Broadway debut Thursday last night in All My Sons, and we’ve been seeing her taking little Suri, 2, with her to rehearsals. The reason? Suri had her own little dressing room set up!
PEOPLE: And Suri had her own dressing room at the theater?
KH: Yeah, we have a dressing room that is transformed into a playroom. It has a little piano.
When asked if it’s hard to balance working and being a mom,
KH: It’s a great schedule, because [Suri and I] get to spend the whole day together and then I go and do the play. Then I come home and we play some more!
Photo: MARIO MAGNANI/bauergriffinonline.com, 10/9
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Actress Anna Friel currently stars as Charlie “Chuck” Charles in Pushing Daises, and she talked with Page Six Magazine about her life, as well as partner David Thewlis, whom she met in 2001, and their 3-year-old daughter Gracie.
On being told it would be difficult for her to have children: “Knowing that, there was one time that we were perhaps not as careful as we should have been, and bang-o– I was pregnant. I thought, well, so much for ‘it’s going to be difficult.’ I was 28, and it was the best thing ever.”
On her relationship with partner David Thewlis: “He thinks it’s something really romantic, us never having gotten married. It doesn’t mean we’re not committed, but we don’t need to change anything because things are quite good. Plus we have a child, which is the most bonded thing you can have, anyway.”
On why she’ll never give in to Hollywood’s stick-thin mold: “I’m not going to come to L.A. and be anorexic. I’ve still got shape. I eat healthily because that’s how I was brought up – I never reach for Cocoa Puffs in the morning.”
For more on Anna Friel, check out this week’s issue of Page Six Magazine, free inside the Sunday edition of the New York Post and online on Monday at www.pagesixmag.com.
Source: Page Six
Photo: Pacific Coast News, 9/4
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