Suri Cruise, daughter of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise, quietly changed her name upon turning 18. Renouncing her father’s last name, she now goes by Suri Noelle, adopting her mother’s middle name, Kate Noelle Holmes.

Her decision became public during her performance in the New York musical “Head Over Heels,” where she was listed under her new name. Suri’s choice signifies her independence and a step towards adulthood.

In New York City, Suri was seen confidently strolling with headphones, symbolizing her newfound autonomy. The name change diverges from her birth certificate, which listed her as Suri Cruise, filed 20 days after her birth on April 18, 2006.

Scientology researcher Tony Ortega remarked, “Suri will now be free to talk if she wants to,” highlighting her ability to discuss personal matters like her relationship with her father. This strained relationship, marked by long separations, has been public knowledge for years.

As Suri matures, she can shape her own path, supported by her mother, Katie, who has always prioritized her daughter’s well-being.

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