Isabella Cruise playing soccer

09/12/2006 at 04:39 AM ET

Isabella Cruise, who is the daughter of Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, was seen playing her usual game of soccer. While dad, Tom and future stepmom, Katie Holmes were there, there was no sight of their new daughter and Isabella’s sister, Suri, nearly 5 months, who just debuted in Vanity Fair. See a video of her playing soccer here.

Source: thanks to x17online

FILED UNDER: Kids , News

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esther Panda on

I feel really bad for Isabella :-( It’s not a life for a teenager to be always under spotlights like this, I know it’s not the fault of her father but I really don’t undertand how they can have a normal life with all that !

callmeflan on

Thank you for not calling her the adopted daughter.

natalie on

i feel awful for isabella. poor girl! she’s in the most self-conscious, body changing state and she is being photographed every second! i bet she doesn’t enjoy being photographed sweaty either!

Anon on

Why does this site post stories like this? It’s just encouraging more paparazzi to go stalk this child just because her father is famous. She’s not a professional athlete. She’s a kid playing soccer who deserves her privacy just like anyone. This is absolutely ridiculous that people have such pathetic lives that they have nothing better to do than stalk a poor child.

anon on

Why does this site post stories like this? It’s just encouraging more paparazzi to go stalk this child just because her father is famous. She’s not a professional athlete. She’s a kid playing soccer who deserves her privacy just like anyone. This is absolutely ridiculous that people have such pathetic lives that they have nothing better to do than stalk a poor child.

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