Tom Cruise hits New York with rarely-seen son Connor and lookalike sister Lee

Tom Cruise was seen in New York over the weekend with his son Connor and older sister Lee Ann Mapother.

Connor, 28, is the youngest of the two kids 61-year-old Tom shares with his ex-wife Nicole Kidman, who he was married to from 1990 to 2001.

Tom and Nicole are also parents to Bella Kidman Cruise, 30, while the former shares 17-year-old daughter Suri with his third ex-wife, Katie Holmes.

The actor brought Connor and 63-year-old Lee along for his latest round of press for Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One and strolled through the Big Apple in a black shirt and sunglasses.

Connor, meanwhile, was seen chatting away to his aunt as they walked a few paces behind Tom, following him into an AMC theatre.

Tom looks lined up to enjoy another blockbuster hit this summer with Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, the seventh instalment in the popular franchise.

This comes off the back of last year’s massive hit, Top Gun: Maverick, which made $1.5billion (£1.17bn) at the box office, and saw him hailed a hero for saving cinema after the pandemic.

Earlier this month, Tom – who’s one of the most famous people on the planet – revealed some of the weirdest rumours he’s ever heard about himself.

Christopher McQuarrie, Tom’s long-time friend and professional collaborator, revealed in an interview with The Times that the star said he’d heard that people on set ‘were not allowed to look me in the eye’.

Tom’s Mission: Impossible co-star Simon Pegg, who has played Benji Dunn in the franchise since 2006’s threequel, added: ‘I’ve been able to hack my way through all the bizarre mythology that surrounds him.

‘On one side he’s Tom Cruise – this enigmatic film star everyone wants to know about. And on the other, he’s just a guy. I like being normal with him.’

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