Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have called it quits. A five-year old marriage and a six-year-old daughter later, here's a look at TomKat's happy journey.
Four years after he split from his second wife Nicole Kidman, Tom started dating Katie Holmes in 2005 and the couple was sighted at events ...
In 2005, Tom Cruise made public appearances as he waved to well-wishers on his arrival with fiancee Katie Holmes in the old port of Marseille, ...
Tom even declared his love for Katie live on Oprah Winfrey's show - famously hopping on a couch in the studio.
On November 18, 2006, Holmes and Cruise were married at the 15th-century Odescalchi Castle in Bracciano, Italy, in a Scientology ceremony attended by many Hollywood ...
Katie gave birth to their daughter Suri on April 18, 2006.
The couple's story was seen as a fairytale romance and one of the more stable relationships in Hollywood.
But it remains to be seen how the stylish, dark-haired duo will handle the custody of their daughter, who has been called one of Hollywood's ...
This was Holmes's first divorce and Cruise's third.
Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s great-grandson Jamie DeWolf has claimed that the controversial religion was bound to destroy Tom Cruise’s marriage with Katie Holmes.
In an interview with CBS, he called Scientology a “well-funded psychotic beast” and described his great-grandfather as nothing more than a “lying con-man” who peddled “pseudoscience.”
The 35-year-old slam poet said that Scientology destroyed his own family and undoubtedly led to Holmes’ divorce from Cruise.
He is the grandson of Hubbard’s eldest son, who changed his name after he fell out with his father over his teachings.
He said that his mother never talked about Hubbard or Scientology.
“It destroyed and devoured both her grandfather and her father,” News.com.au quoted him as saying.
The spoken word comedian said that “Cruise is another victim of the mirage that my great grandfather created around himself.”
“He’s as deep as you can possibly get into Scientology. He’s probably going to die a Scientologist. I don’t believe he could leave even if he wanted to,” he said.
Dewolf also said that Holmes had been lucky to get out - “the more she saw behind the curtain the more horrified that she probably was.”
The Church of Scientology rejected DeWolf’s claims, saying: “Despite his public representations and self-promotion, Mr. DeWolf is not knowledgeable about the Church of Scientology or its founder.”