Holmes spends over €36,000 on presents for daughter

Holmes spends over €36,000 on presents for daughter

Katie Holmes has spent £30,000 (€36,800) on Christmas presents for her daughter Suri Cruise.

The 'Mad Money' star wants to try and make this holiday season the best ever for the six year old following her divorce from the tot's father Tom Cruise and has spared no expense fulfilling her letter to Santa Claus.

Katie has splashed out £15,000 (€18,400) on a Victorian playhouse, which has its own running water and electricity and will be erected in the garden of their New York home.

Suri will also awake on Christmas morning to find an iPad mini, a Ralph Lauren dress, a Chloe fur coat and a £6,000 (€7,400) mini kids Mercedes car underneath the tree, according to The Sun newspaper.

Katie and Tom have always enjoyed treating their daughter to the finer things in life and Suri's wardrobe at one point was estimated to be worth $3m (€2.2m) because of the amount of designer garments she owned.

Earlier this year, Suri was named the best dressed celebrity child beating the likes of David and Victoria Beckham's children Harper Seven and Brooklyn and Madonna's stylish teenage daughter Lourdes Leon to take the title.

Tom is expected to fly into New York to see his daughter over the festive season after spending the last several weeks in London shooting his new film 'All You Need Is Kill'.

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