Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman’s daughter Isabella spotted househunting in Croydon with IT worker husband Max Parker
She may be be the child of Hollywood royalty, but Isabella, 24, has shunned the limelight and is enjoying a low-key lifestyle in the capital
TOM Cruise and Nicole Kidman’s daughter Isabella has been spotted househunting in Croydon with her husband Max Parker.
The 24-year-old has shunned the Hollywood life and is enjoying a low-key lifestyle in the capital.
Isabella may be the child of Hollywood royalty, but she has shunned the limelight in recent years.
She has been living in London with her IT worker hubby and now they have been spotted looking at properties in the south of the city.
In the pictures, Isabella was seen wearing jeans, black boots and an eye-catching jumper.
She held hands with Max as they walked along the street together in Croydon, and they are believed to have been looking for a new house in the area.
Isabella was adopted by the Hollywood stars in the 1990s along with her brother Connor.
She has been estranged from her mother for years, since reportedly choosing to live with her dad Tom after the couple divorced in 2001.
Nicole, 50, has since welcomed two biological daughters, Faith and Sunday, with her second husband Keith Urban, and was recently reported to have got back in touch with Isabella.
But the actress came under fire earlier this month after she seemingly forgot to thank her adopted kids in her acceptance speech at the Emmy Awards.
She was up on stage after winning a prize for her TV show Big Little Lies, and only mentioned her two youngest daughters.
Nicole told the star-studded crowd: “I have a huge artistic family who supported me throughout all my ups and downs.
“You have been so loyal to me throughout my whole life – thank you for that.”
“I have two little girls – Sunnie and Faith. And my darling Keith who I asked to help me pursue this artistic path. And they have sacrificed so much for it.
“So this is yours. I just want my two little girls to have this on their shelf and to look at it and go, ‘Every time my mumma didn’t put me to bed it’s because of this — [at least] I got something!’”