Katie Holmes recently attended the Quaker's Oatober launch event at OatMeals in New York City and during the occasion the mother-of-one gushed about the moments she spends with her 10-year-old daughter Suri. According to reports, The Kennedys actress indulges in some mother and daughter time over serious topics such as politics.
"We watch the debates together," said Holmes, who shares Suri from her previous marriage with Hollywood heartthrob Tom Cruise.
She continued, "It's wonderful to have my 10-year-old see a woman up there doing well and being very clear and thoughtful in her responses and in her passion for what she wants to do for our country. That's so powerful for a 10-year-old girl to see."
While Suri might be too young to understand the nuances of politics and debates, but that doesn't stop her mother from introducing her to the more serious issues. Speaking with People magazine during the launch event, the Batman Begins actress spoke freely about believing in the Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
"Obviously, it means so much as a woman to have the first woman president, but more importantly, she's incredibly qualified for the job," the 37-year-old actress said adding, "I believe in her, I feel her — and she has always worked so hard for children. I believe that our country will be taken care of with her as president."
The talented actress, who has previously played political characters, will be seen in another captivating role as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the upcoming mini-series –The Kennedys: After Camelot.
"People out there have a personal connection to the family and then there's so many fans of her. I'm a huge fan. So there's a level of responsibility, but you feel that with every role. You want to create some sort of reason to tell the story," she said about portraying the popular political figure.