Katie Holmes reportedly got embarrassed when she came across a group of people who were wearing T-shirt with slogans like “Free Katie” and “Save Suri“.
The actress went out with her six-year-old daughter Suri Cruise at a restaurant named Mr. Chow Tribeca in New York when she saw a group of people wearing them.
The slogan emblazoned clothes are references to the campaign that was started when Katie was still married to Tom Cruise, urging her to leave the actor. Another member of the party was dressed as a young Tom from Top Gun, but when they spotted who was at the next table they covered up their T-shirts.
A source told the New York Post: “When they sat down, they exchanged an awkward glance with Katie, but she kept her cool and didn’t say anything. The embarrassed Halloween crew quickly covered up the costumes before Suri got a chance to take a look.”
The Dawson’s Creek star has been thinking about getting into Broadway with the Dead Accounts . She discussed the part alongside co-star Judy Greer, playwright Theresa Rebeck and director Jack O’Brien in front of a live audience at The Greene Space in New York.
Explaining her reasons for tackling Broadway, Katie said, ‘‘I thought it would be so challenging. Because I was so young when I started working, I was always trying to catch up.”