Tom Cruise's daughter sells lemonade to NYC Pride attendees
Suri Cruise, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ daughter sold lemonade during the New York City Gay Pride Parade on June 24th.
The 12-year-old was accompanied by her friends as they sold glasses of the citrusy juice for two dollars per glass.
As shared by People, the group of kids was able to fill up their plastic box with cash at the event.
Suri, who led her group of friends, wore a purple bow on her hair and also had a button pinned on her top as a way of supporting the parade. She and her friends were watched over by a nanny.
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According to Us Weekly, the Suri and the other youngsters also added Rice Krispies as treats on their menu list.
Parade attendees revealed to the publication that the kids told everyone to enjoy their day and to smile to other attendees as they sold their drinks.
As suggested by People, Suri might be giving away the money they earned during the parade to a charity. It would not be the first time the 12-year-old has done it.
In December 2015, Holmes shared on the Today show that Suri has always been into philanthropic works.
“My little one is very, very generous and very sensitive. So she’s always [saying], ‘Mom, let’s give my old toys to people who need it.’ So we’re always doing that,” said Holmes.
As for Suri nearing her teenage years, Holmes also opened up on Today in August 2018 that she was not worried about it.
The actress said that Suri is a “great girl” and is “doing so well,” before adding that she was enjoying her time with Suri.