Tom Cruise was once married to Nicole Kidman and shared two children but when the eldest daughter, Isabella Cruise, 22, recently tied the knot to boyfriend, Max Parker in London none of her parents were at the venue. Were they banned?
Was couple banned from their daughter's wedding?
Isabella Cruise allegedly banned her parents for attending her wedding with boyfriend, Max Parker in London on September 18.
According to Page Six, Isabella did not invite her both parents to her wedding despite her mom, Kidman living very close to London.
"The wedding was a Scientology ceremony. Nicole wasn’t there — she didn’t even know about it at all," a source tells the outlet of the September 18 nuptials. Isabella and her brother Connor were primarily raised by Tom, a famous Scientologist, following his split from Nicole in 2001.
The outlet also alleges that the 53-year-old 'Mission Impossible' actor funded the ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel, although reports differ over whether he was actually in attendance. Isabella is believed to have met her husband through mutual friends and began dating him earlier this year.
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While the current status of Nicole's relationship with her two eldest children remains unknown, she did tell DuJour magazine last month that she uses technology to check in with her kids.
"I have four children, so to stay in touch with them is very important," she told the publication, also making reference to her two daughters — Sunday, 7, and Faith, 4 — with husband Keith Urban.
Families are certainly a complex thing. Don't we all agree?
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