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Suri Cruise is the spitting image of her dad on rare outing with mum Katie Holmes

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Suri Cruise enjoyed a girls' day out with her mum Katie Holmes and grandmother Kathleen in New York at the weekend. The ten-year-old joined her family to see Finding Neverland on Broadway, where they were given the VIP treatment and met the cast backstage after the show.

Wearing a pretty daisy print dress and a bow in her hair, Suri appeared delighted to meet with the stars of the musical. She clasped her hands together and grinned happily in the photographs, with fans quickly noticing she bears a striking resemblance to her father Tom Cruise thanks to her dark hair, green eyes and broad smile.

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Fans noticed Suri is the spitting image of her dad Tom Cruise

She was also sprinkled with pixie dust by cast member Amy Yakima - a moment that was captured by Katie on Instagram.

"#familylove #dreamscometrue #girlsweekend," Katie captioned the sweet snap of confetti falling to the floor.

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Following the show the family went to local dessert café Serendipity 3 where they enjoyed frozen hot chocolate and sundaes, also shared by Katie on social media.

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Suri and her family went backstage at Finding Neverland

"We came. We conquered! #serendipity3 #familylove #gratitude," she wrote.

Suri has been raised by her mum since Katie and Tom announced their separation in 2012. Dawson's Creek star Katie dotes on her daughter, and was recently joined by the youngster on the set of her mini-series The Kennedy's: After Camelot in Canada.

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The cast sprinkled the girls in fairy dust backstage at the show 

Sharing a photo of herself and Suri together while filming, Katie wrote: "My sweetie #setlife #gratitude," accompanied by a love heart emoji.

Katie previously opened up to Elle UK about motherhood, saying: "The number one thing is making sure my child feels loved. And good about herself. And that what she does and who she is, is special and important, and should be celebrated. And, as my mum always said, 'No one loves you like your mother.'"