Where is Suri Cruise?

With all of Kate/Katie Holmesoutings since the birth of her and fiance Tom Cruise’s daughter, Suri Cruise, we can’t help but wonder one thing; will we ever see Katie with her baby? The topic has sparked the interest of the public when Katie made her first appearance since the birth of her daughter at Tom’s Mission Impossible 3 premier on May 4th.

Although we’d like to believe that Suri Cruise, born on April 18th, is left at home for protection from the media, it’s still a questionable topic that has been receiving more and more attention with each appearance of Tom and Katie.

Katie’s most recent appearances have taken place at Jim Carey’s house for a Memorial Day party, the Malibu park, Tom’s son’s baseball games, and the Aberdeen screening of Mission Impossible III.

Many new celeb moms, such as Brooke Shields, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Denise Richards, have been seen out and about weeks, and sometimes even days after giving birth to their newborns. The only difference that makes Katie stand out among the rest is that her bundle of joy is never with her. New mom, Jennifer Garner, did a fantastic job of keeping daughter Violet Affleck’s face out of the lime light for quite some time, but was still seen in public with little Violet in tow.

Since hooking up with Katie, Tom is suddenly Mr. Publicity. However, it’s probably safe to assume that Tom and Katie desire a smidgeon of privacy, at least where Suri is involved. Some say it’s part of the deal, being a famous, million dollar making icon, but does that give everyone the right to dig into the personal lives of them and their families? Some celebs are so private, that we don’t even know that they’re pregnant or have given birth, while others announce not only the gender but the name on talk shows and in magazine interviews.

Basically, it all comes down to the celebrity themselves, and whether or not they chose to include the public in their everyday lifestyles. Some make deals with certain magazines, such as People, in order to keep the hounding press away. If they don’t, they find themselves being bombarded by the paparazzi, having their every move watched, video taped, and snapped, usually setting the bar for invasive photos that are attached with brutal gossip and lies.

How long did you wait before leaving your newborn at home?

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