Katie Holmes 'Eager' to Work Full Time Again as Child Support Payments From Tom Cruise Almost Ends
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For over a decade, the 45-year-old actress has received $400,000 every year from the 'Mission Impossible' actor, but the financial cushion will stop soon as the exes' daughter Suri turns 18 next month.

AceShowbiz - Katie Holmes is preparing herself before her daughter Suri turns 18 in March. If a new report is to be believed, the "Batman Begins" star is "actively looking" for jobs because child support payments from ex-husband Tom Cruise will come to an end.

For over a decade, the 45-year-old has received $400,000 every year from the "Mission Impossible" actor. The financial cushion, however, will stop soon, which is likely to affect her lifestyle.

"For years, Katie's enjoyed a lavish lifestyle, thanks to Tom's consistent support,” a source exclusively told In Touch Weekly. "But as their child nears adulthood, both mother and daughter are facing an uncertain future. It's a terrifying prospect - going from an amazing standard of living to a question mark overnight!"

Katie still earned her own money since leaving Tom in 2012 though. Still, a source said, "Dawson's Creek royalties don't hold a candle to what Mission: Impossible generates!"

"She's actively looking for roles and is eager to throw herself back into the industry full-time. And don't forget the non-disclosure agreement she signed - it's set to expire, too," the insider further shared. "If things get tough, Katie could cash in by penning a tell-all book!"

Katie has been raising daughter Suri out of the spotlight. In April 2023, she explained why protecting the teenager is really important to her.

"What has been really important for me with my daughter, because she was so visible at a young age, is I really like to protect her," the actress said in Glamour's cover story. "I'm very grateful to be a parent, to be her parent. She's an incredible person."

Katie, however, noted that she let her daughter follow in her famous footsteps. Suri herself lends her vocals for her mom's movies, "Rare Objects" and "Alone Together".

"I hope she always does something on my films. I always ask her," the actress shared. "But both of those experiences came out of the same sense of what I love about our industry, which is, you have these projects and you become a family with people."

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