Jul 21, 2012 05:08 AM EDT
Katie Holmes takes daughter Suri out on a rainy Friday afternoon for the first time after Tom Cruise's visit.
Yesterday afternoon Suri was spotted on the streets of NYC with mother Katie Holmes for the first time after daddy Tom Cruise paid her a visit. The six-year-old rocked bright red rainboots (and clutched a ruffly pink umbrella) as she went on a lunch date with her mom in NYC.
Suri's rainy day with Holmes, 33, comes on the heels of her mini-vacation to East Hampton with dad Tom Cruise. The Mission: Impossible actor reunited with his daughter Tuesday -- the father-daughter duo's first time meeting since Holmes blindsided Cruise with her June 28 divorce filing. (The Kennedys actress was given primary custody of Suri during the settlement.)
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Earlier this week, Cruise's attorney, Bert Fields, shot down claims that the Rock of Ages star had washed his hands of his little girl after splitting from her mom.
"Tom was shooting a film on location, but he spoke to Suri every day," Fields told Page Six in a statement, blaming Cruise's absence during the divorce proceedings on his jam-packed Oblivion filming schedule.
"Tom dearly loves Suri and the last thing he would ever do is abandon her."
While Suri spent time bonding with her dad, Holmes finalized her next career move: a major Broadway gig.
On Thursday, the actress was announced as a star of Theresa Rebeck's upcoming show, "Dead Accounts."
Originally written by veteran playwright Theresa Rebeck, "Dead Accounts" will be directed by three-time Tony Award winner Jack O’Brien and produced by Jeffrey Finn.
The play handles "the timely issues of corporate greed, small town values and whether or not your family will always welcome you back...with no questions asked."
The five-character comedy is set to open this fall at the Music Box Theatre.
The 33-year-old ex-wife of Tom Cruise is playing Lorna, a rather unglamorous character who is living with her aging parents in Cincinnati while trying to pull together her life, according to The New York Times.
“I am thrilled to be coming back to the Broadway community and honored to be a part of this team,” Katie Holmes said in a statement.
"Dead Accounts" will mark Holmes' first time on a Broadway stage since she appeared in All My Sons in 2008.
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