‘Princess’ Suri Cruise & ‘Tomboy’ Shiloh Jolie-Pitt: Born Weeks Apart, These Girls Have Much in Common At 17

‘Princess’ Suri Cruise & ‘Tomboy’ Shiloh Jolie-Pitt: Born Weeks Apart, These Girls Have Much in Common At 17

The media believes that Suri, daughter of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise, and Shiloh, of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, would have been perfect best friends.The teenage girls were born just weeks apart and understand the life of having famous parents.

They might have clashing fashion senses, but their lives are pretty similar.

In a perfect celebrity world where the most loved Hollywood couples and their children would be best friends, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Katie Holmes, and Tom Cruise would have been Hollywood’s dream friendship.

But the most exciting would be their children’s friendship. Interestingly, Jolie and Pitt’s daughter Shiloh and Holmes and Cruise’s daughter Suri were born just weeks apart.

In April 2006, Cruise and Holmes were overjoyed to welcome their daughter Suri. The actress reportedly had a smooth birth and was out of the hospital within 24 hours.

Suri was described as a beautiful baby with dark hair and blue eyes. The name Suri originates from Hebrew, meaning “princess,” or in Persian, meaning “red rose.” Jolie and Pitt also had a joyous birth. Their daughter Shiloh was born in May 2006 in Namibia. A close source said Jolie did great and had Pitt by her side the whole time. The two also gave their daughter a special name, a historical translation from the bible, meaning “the peaceful one.”

Suri and Shiloh’s Contrasting Styles
From the time Suri was a child, she had a very classic style with dresses, matching cozy coats, and ballerinas. She always wore her bangs out, and her mother was not afraid to dress her in prints.

One of little Suri’s iconic looks was a long polka-dot dress with gold pumps. But an even cuter moment was when the then three-year-old was seen wearing heels. Even though it was a tiny heel, it was impressive to see her walk comfortably in the shoes she matched with elegant princess dresses.

On the contrary, Shiloh grew up embracing different styles. According to a source, every day was a surprise. She was once into pirate costumes and fake tattoos, and another time she loved a clown costume so much she wanted to wear it out of the store.

Then at one point, Shiloh wanted to be called John because of her love for “Peter Pan.” Pitt did not have a problem with his daughter’s temporary name change. He said, “…it’s just that kind of stuff that’s cute to parents, and it’s probably really obnoxious to other people.”

During one of her interviews, Jolie also tried to explain her daughter’s style. She said, “Shiloh, we feel, has Montenegro style. It’s how people dress there. She likes tracksuits; she likes [regular] suits. So it’s a suit with a tie, a jacket, and slacks, or a tracksuit.”


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