Katie Holmes' Daughter Suri Sells Lemonade During N.Y.C. Pride Parade — See the Sweet Photos
"My little one is very, very generous and very sensitive," Katie Holmes previously said of daughter Suri, who sold lemonade Sunday at N.Y.C.'s Pride parade
When life gives her lemons, Suri turns a profit!
The youngsters were able to fill a plastic box with cash (including a $50 bill — let’s hope she had some change!) during the event, at which Suri sported a pretty purple bow in her hair and a button pinned to her top in support of the day’s celebrations.
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Considering Suri’s history of giving, it’s possible that the money she made Sunday could go straight to charity. In December 2015, Holmes opened up on the Today show about her daughter’s philanthropic heart.
Added Holmes, 39, “So she’s always [saying], ‘Mom, let’s give my old toys to people who need it.’ So we’re always doing that.”
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“You know, she is 11½ and she’s a great girl and she’s doing so well,” said the actress. “I’m enjoying this time — I’m not so worried yet about the teenage years.”
Of whether she was apprehensive about not being a “cool mom” anymore, Holmes joked, “I never was cool. So I’ve got nothing to lose. I’m totally ready for this.”