If you go back through your old “Vanity Fair” magazines, you will find an edition where Katie Holmes donned the cover. Yes, it was also with her daughter and with Tom Cruise, but she was still on the cover! That is more than we can say.
The photoshoot was done by world-famous photographer Annie Leibovitz and is a great cover if we are speaking honestly. The family may not have been perfect, but the photo is close to it.
Award Winning Role
While it was in a lesser-known award, Katie still got recognition for her role in “Batman Begins.” She earned a nomination for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as childhood sweetheart to Bruce Wayne.
She didn’t win, but it’s still cool to be nominated. We don't want to ruin the party, but we also have to say she got awarded a Golden Raspberry for Worst Supporting Actress for the same role. Yikes.
Being a Part of a Power Couple
Some people may forget, but Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise were quite a power couple. Yes, back in the early 00s, they were considered the holy grail of Hollywood romance. They held the title together with other famous celebrity couples, like Brangelina and Bennifer.
Anyways, TomKat was also thought to be invincible, but sadly, cracks formed over time. TomKat just became Tom and Katie after their divorce, and that was probably for the best.
Getting Married in Italy
On November 18th, 2006, Katie Married Tom Cruise at a 15th Century Odescalchi Castle in Bracciano, Italy. The castle overlooks the water. It's a place so beautiful that anyone would love to get married there if they had the budget for it.
We would even think about getting married to a Scientologist if it meant having those views. We are kidding, but we did think about it.
Falling in Love in Paris
The city of love is known for many things, and engagements are one of them. We couldn’t think of anything more romantic than having someone get down on their knee for us in front of the sparkling lights of the Eiffel Tower.
Tom Cruise also thought so when he proposed to Katie there. The engagement photos were lovely! If only the marriage were as timeless as those photos...