Suri Cruise Hates Los Angeles, Katie Holmes Moves ‘Heartbroken’ Daughter, Misses NYC? (PHOTOS)

Suri Cruise Hates Los Angeles, Katie Holmes Moves 'Heartbroken' Daughter, Misses NYC? (PHOTOS)
Katie Holmes decided this year that she wanted to be an actress again, and the Dawson Creek’s alum packed up 8 year old daughter Suri Cruise who she shares with Tom Cruise and moved to the West Coast. Katie and daughter Suri Cruise were a permanent fixture in New York City and were constantly photographed out and about enjoying what the city has to offer. In August 2014 Katie purchased a $3.8 Million mansion in Calabasas and moved Suri to Los Angeles.

According to the December 1 edition of OK! Magazine, Tom and Katie’s daughter is horribly homesick and misses New York City, the 8 year old is reportedly miserable living in California. OK! reveals, “East Coast kiddie Suri Cruise is reportedly not adapting well to life outside the Big Apple!” According to the magazine’s inside source, Suri is having a tough time enjoying life on the West Coast because she and her celebrity mom are constantly being harassed by the paparazzi. The source goes on to explain, “Suri has always hated the cameras constantly in her face, and the paparazzi are for more intense in LA. She’s a tough cookie but she’s not loving it right now.”

Well, it sounds like Katie Holmes’s daughter has lived a pretty sheltered life, or else this story is a little exaggerated. Considering all the pap’s shots we used to see of Suri in New York, it’s hard to imagine that she isn’t used to having strangers take her photo. We don’t doubt that Suri is homesick, but her parents are Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise – we’re pretty sure she is used to cameras flashing in her face. Do you think Katie was selfish to move Suri out of her childhood home and to the other side of the country to pursue her acting career? Or did she do it for Suri – to keep up their lavish lifestyle? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Katie Holmes, Suri Cruise, Calabasas 2014 FameFlynet

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