Katie Holmes Wedding Ring
Katie Holmes appears for the first time after its separation from Tom Cruise without his wedding ring
Three days after meeting her unexpected separation from Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes has reappeared on the streets of New York. The actress, with a lopsided grin and her hair in a ponytail, was last seen at the output of shooting the series Project Runway: All Stars, particularly in the popular Times Square. With a navy blue dress and a soft makeup, and Katie was not wearing one of his usual additions for the past five years, her wedding ring.
Katie Holmes Wedding Ring Off Official
The actress, 33, did not hide their hands on leaving the film set, so he could see that Holmes no longer looks such a large diamond ring with five carats that Tom Cruise was placed in November 2006 at a wedding dream held in the Odescalchi castle in Bracciano. “She did very well,” said series director PEOPLE after recording with Katie. “She was committed to her role, very successful in each of his performances and wonderful” added Isaac Mizrahi, noting the professionalism of Holmes in this difficult time.
Tom, meanwhile, “sad and devastated” according unveiled its representative, is also turned in their work and the actor was spotted yesterday in Reykjavik, Iceland, aboard a helicopter, in charge of transfer you to the settings chosen for shoot his new action film, Oblivion. Cruise, who today celebrates his 50th birthday, received a visit from his son Connor, 17, in the set. One visit, no doubt, will become the best gift for the actor in these bitter times, in which he sees as his life is crumbling.
Holmes wants sole custody of their child together, Suri, age 6, and with that goal in mind, the actress filed for divorce in New York, although his family home was found in Beverly Hills, California , it is more likely that the courts of New York granted sole custody of Suri. However, Tom father of two children, Isabella, and the aforementioned Connor, whom he adopted during his marriage to Nicole Kidman, will fight to move the trial to California, where the courts might shuffle the possibility to grant joint custody of the child.