Suri Cruise, The daugther of Kate and Tom Cruise turned 18 and SILENTLY changed her name… And everyone’s saying the same thing! See her new name in

Now that she is eighteen, Suri Cruise has a lot of options, one of which is to discreetly alter her name. One person who is able to legally talk about her father’s divorce from her is Katie Holmes, the famous couple’s daughter. By changing her name, Suri Cruise, the daughter of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise, made a significant transition toward adulthood. Suri recently turned eighteen and decided not to take the last name of her father. Her performance in the Broadway musical “Head Over Heels” revealed this bold decision. In the play, she was purportedly Princess Philoclea, the part originally portrayed by Alexandra Socha in the Broadway production. On the high school production’s casting form, she wasn’t identified as Suri Noelle. Katie Holmes’ full name is Kate Noelle Holmes, reflecting her desire to adopt her mother’s middle name. Following the announcement of her choice, Suri was spotted carefree as she strolled through New York City. Wearing a pink blouse and white pants, Suri walked around muting the noise with her headphones on.

Furthermore, the name she now goes by differs significantly from the one on her original birth certificate. She was called Suri Cruise at birth and given her father’s well-known surname, according to the documents. On May 8, 2006, the certificate was submitted to the Los Angeles County Clerk/Register-Recorder. It has a few peculiarities. Suri was born on April 18, but it took 20 days for the papers to be filed—that is, until May 8. This was an unusually long delay because St. John’s Hospital typically files birth certificates within ten days of the baby’s birth. A hospital asserted that the certificate’s certification was not signed by a parent or other authorized signatory, which caused the delay. It’s noteworthy to observe that a “friend” has signed the certificate.The signature is still not readable. Another peculiarity is the signature of the “Attendant or Certifier,” Anne Heffernan, RNC. Anne was not in the delivery room and she did not see the baby. Although the signature of the attending physician is customary, it is not mandatory, according to hospital officials. Permission to sign in place of the doctor was granted to Heffernan. Now that Suri Noelle is an adult, she can legally change her name because she is eighteen years old. It also gives her the courage to speak honestly about her thoughts on personal matters, like as her relationship with her father and his Scientology beliefs. “Suri would have been too young to sign any agreement, but she will now be free to talk if she wants to, and it’s going to be really interesting if she has something to say,” stated veteran Scientology researcher Tony Ortega. Tony went on to say that part of the reason Katie left Scientology at the age of six was because she would have seen the pain that Tom’s other children, Isabella and Connor, went through.