Suri Cruise is one spoiled beautiful little Hollywood offspring--traveling the world, wearing expensive clothes, high-heeled shoes and an occasional but conservative splash of lipstick. Clearly, the kid is high-fashion all the way, just like her mom, Katie Holmes. With Dad's salary (Tom Cruise makes a bundle every year no matter how lousy his flicks are) hovering around the eight figures, Suri can have the best of everything . . . and clearly does.
On a recent trip to Jamaica with her parents, however, Suri was boarding a helicopter and was caught carrying an $850 Ferragamo purse. Yes, you heard me right--a Ferragamo purse, not a $10 knock-off purchase on Canal Street out of the back of a 1972 Lincoln Town Car, but an actual off-the-shelf Ferragamo purse. Yes, I'm jealous, can you tell? I hate wearing high heels and am far too zaftig for the size 0 concoctions of the world's most famous designers so collecting beautiful handbags is my fantasy occupation. But if you're Suri Cruise, this ain't no fantasy--it's your version of normal.
Do u think that it's fine for families with serious money, especially Hollywood families, obsessed with being in the public eye and always looking perfect, to give their kids the best of everything, things that nomal hard=working adults would slobber over?