Katie Holmes' 'dinner treatment' for people rude to her family
New Delhi, Mar 04 (ANI): Hollywood actress Katie Holmes has her own ways of dealing with people who pass rude comments on her family, for she has decided to invite them for a Dinner party.
The 'Mad Money' actress thinks that after meeting her family over a dinner party, people would apologize for their rude comments and would stop being rude to her lovely family, reports the China Daily.
"Sometimes I think I would say, 'Why don't you come over and have dinner?" she told America's Glamour magazine.
Holmes revealed that some of the offensive comments left her aghast, when Suri her 2-year-old daughter was born.
" Katie admits she finds it hard when people spread rumors about Suri - shortly after she was born rumors circulated Katie's pregnancy was an elaborate hoax and that Suri didn't exist - and is determined to protect her daughter at all costs," she said.
"Some of the stuff people said was such absolutely horrible things to say about a child. It was so uncalled for and so disgusting. Enough is enough. "Tom was supportive. We were changing diapers. He said, 'I don't want you to get upset.' And I said, 'Well, I am upset," she added.
Holmes further revealed that she and her husband Tom Cruise together handled those comments.
"So we approached it together. But I definitely felt like - as a woman, as the mother of Suri - I want to handle this! My mom is very strong, and if anyone ever said anything about any of us, she would be, 'Excuse me? That's my family!" she said. (ANI)