Tom Cruise sends Nicole Kidman flowers
Kind-hearted Tom Cruise has sent ex-wife Nicole Kidman a huge bunch of flowers to congratulate her on the birth of little Sunday Rose.
Nicole gave birth to Sunday on Monday night, and Tom was quick to get in contact.
One insider said: ‘Tom was one of the first people to get in touch and sent her enough flowers to fill a room.’
Tom and Nicole share custody of their two adopted children, Isabella, 15, and Connor, 12.
Meanwhile, Nicole and Keith are expected to baptise Sunday as a Catholic at a christening in Sydney.
The priest who married the pair in June 2006 yesterday revealed he would be honoured to conduct the ceremony following discussions with the Kidman family.
‘I am delighted at the birth of Keith and Nicole’s child and I will be very happy to baptise and christen her,’ Father Paul Coleman told Australia’s Herald Sun.
‘It’s a beautiful name and I am thrilled and pleased for them both. They deserve every happiness and joy after trying so hard for this baby they really wanted.’
Father Coleman has discussed a Sydney baptism with Kidman’s parents Janelle and Antony but is yet to confirm the arrangements directly with the celebrity couple.
‘Nothing is concrete, but I am just hoping we can have a very moving and happy ceremony for Nicole and Keith’s baby here with the grandparents,’ he said.
Nicole and Keith were yesterday believed to have taken their new daughter to their secluded estate in Nashville.