Will Katie Holmes’ parents boycott her wedding?
Not taking into account public rumors questioning on the existence of their daughter, Hollywood couple Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes going straight heading for their big day.
New rumors surface by the hour that Cruise is going to wed Holmes in late July or early August in a Scientology ceremony to be performed by church leader David Miscavige. This then provokes recent report saying that the actress' parents, Martin and Kathleen, who both are devout Catholics intend to skip the actual ceremony. That's what a "friend" of Cruise reportedly told Life & Style Weekly.
A spokesman for the couple denies the story, but the publication quotes a "family friend" as saying, that Martin and Kathleen Holmes are "not happy" with their daughter's "choice of where to marry" with Martin allegedly told the friend, "Katie can have a proper Catholic wedding her whole family will gladly be a part of."
In fact, it is said that Holmes initially wanted a Catholic wedding, but "realized she'd never win the argument about having a Catholic wedding," a Holmes family friend reportedly told the magazine. "She knows that if she had rejected Scientology, her relationship with Tom could've ended." And, at this point, the soon-to-be bride "has become a big part of the church. She is into it in a big way."