Here we go. First let me start by saying that Tom and Katie’s daughter, Suri will be SIX years old in April. SIX YEARS OLD.
Here’s the thing: Seattle USED to have an FAO Schwartz, and I took both of my boys there when they little. How-bloody-EVER. I had a CHAT with them prior to entering the establishment. If they whined, begged or misbehaved, we were OUT OF THERE, vite rapidement. It worked. AND they usually got a little something for their gentlemanly behavior. (They knew how to work the system even then.)
What I’m saying is–sure, my kids were/are spoiled. But at least they had the decency not to throw fits in public when they were little.
Ugh. Look at the smugness. One more thing: if you Google “Suri Cruise Brat“, Dipped in Cream is the first link. I’m pretty smug about THAT. Snap!
At just 10-years old, Willow Smith is cooler than I’ll ever be. The music video for her hit “Whip My Hair” has already had 24 million views on YouTube and she’ll be doing a world tour with Justin Bieber starting next month. Willow was also signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label and is working on her album, which will be released in March.
“It is very cool, because Jay really welcomes me and makes me feel like the record label is a place where I can have fun and talk about my career. He and his people make me feel like I’m a part of something. And I love Beyoncé—she’s awesome!”
Li’l Miss Smith seems to be humble about her fame, she is (kind of) a normal kid after all, “I like eating pepperoni. I heat it up in the microwave and then I let it roast and then I eat it with cheese.”
Suri probably eats foie gras with her Handi Snacks.
My head is spinning, first of all, so I don’t know that any of this will make a lick of sense. Look up there at Katie. The poor dear. (For reals.) She is dealing the best way she can (SHOES! MORE SHOES!) with the news of her mini-series The Kennedys being flushed down the toilet by The History Channel.
That being said, we need to discuss that unkempt and grabby child of hers, shall we?
Raise your hand if you would allow your child–who is nearly 5 years old–to paw all over the neatly arranged merchandise in a department store? I don’t care if it’s Barney’s New York or Macy’s or Walmart, it’s just bad manners; poor breeding , if you will, to basically encourage the behavior Suri (Stinkfoot) Cruise exhibited at Holt Renfrew (which is the Canadian equivalent of Saks Fifth Avenue) in Vancouver.
“She’d [Suri] take whatever shoes her mom had picked out and walk around in the high heels,” says an onlooker of the budding fashionista. “At one point, Katie liked a pair of shoes, but Suri hid them because she didn’t like them on her mom. Katie went to look for them afterwards but couldn’t find them.
The source notes that the toddler, who was in town while dad Tom Cruise, 48, filmed Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, also kept herself entertained by checking herself out in the mirror while the actress browsed.
She was looking at her baby teeth in the mirror,” says the witness of the tot, who modeled a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes (left). “She was smiling, then contemplating them, and even looked disgusted at one point! She was having a ball, just being a kid and walking around on her knees.”
Who wants to hold my hair for me while I barf? No. I’m serious. I have heartburn so bad I’m convinced I’ve on the verge of some sort of hypochondriac cardiac episode. I’m going on 48 hours of this crap, and now this brat?? I can’t.
On average, Jimmy Choo shoes run between $500-$800. But seemingly, it’s just perfectly fine for this over-indulged child to possibly ruin several pairs of shoes because she apparently has never heard the word, “no”. Ever.
Meanwhile, I get the once-over by the sales-staff at Neiman-Marcus for picking up the shiny patent leather Louboutin pump off the table and gasping at the price. Psssh. The big question here is: WHY AM I SURPRISED BY ANY OF THIS?
Hmmm. I need to think about this displaced anger I have, don’t I? Okay. I thought about it–I just don’t enjoy seeing undisciplined spoiled brats behaving poorly.