Scientology has a lot of unique traditions, one of those being that they recommend having a quiet birth. This means that everyone in the birthing room should refrain from speaking, even the nurses encouraging the mother to push.
Katie found herself in this situation when she was giving birth to her daughter. We don’t know if she stayed silent, but to us, the whole concept sounds nearly impossible.
She Has Pipes Too
Katie is best known for her acting chops, but some people don’t know that she can sing, too. Unlike other actors (Scarlett Johanson and Jeremy Renner, for example), she has never pursued it professionally.
But let us tell you that she does have the pipes to sing with the best of them. If you don’t believe us, check out the episode of “Dawson’s Creek,” where she sings “On My Own” from Les Miserables. She brought down the house and made us tear up when we watched.
Her First Concert
Everyone remembers their first concert. Most of the time, it's when you're in your early teens at one fair or another with your mom. For Katie, it was Whitney Houston with her mom and sister.
How cool would it have been to see her on stage singing “I Will Always Love You” with 10,000 fans screaming for her? Probably a little cooler than what most of us got to watch, but we loved our first time even if it wasn’t Whitney.
Moving to New York
Sometimes, you just need to get away and reset after a divorce, and that is exactly what Katie did after her split with Tom. Katie and Suri moved to New York, where they hoped to escape the chaos of Los Angeles.
It worked, and now all they had to deal with were the honkings of horns and the people walking on the sidewalk. The mother-daughter duo can be seen running errands and doing other daily things in the concrete jungle.
She’s a Gym Bro
Getting exercise is an important part of life, and there are many benefits to getting a sweat daily. This goes for Katie, too. The former “Dawson’s Creek” star boasts that she exercises four times a week with a variety of spin classes, boxing classes, and yoga classes.
Good on her for staying active and living a healthy lifestyle. If we had the resources she does, we would probably do the same.