Katie Holmes Shares Portrait That Looks Like Daughter Suri Drew It

Katie Holmes shared a drawing on Instagram that appears to be a portrait of the actress drawn by her daughter, Suri Cruise.

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Katie Holmes' Instagram has an undeniably artistic and eclectic aesthetic. On Friday, the actress shared something very on brand with the overall look and vibe of her Grid: a picture of a pair of polaroids of a drawing of a woman.

The portraits appear to be the work a younger artist—like, Suri Cruise, perhaps. The woman in the polaroid portraits has long brown hair and wears a stylish pink and red ensemble. She has her eyes closed and is posing with her arms above her head against a dreamy watercolor backdrop:

While Katie didn't share an artist's credit to confirm if the portraits in the polaroids were drawn by Suri, if they are her 13-year-old daughter's work, it wouldn't be the first time the actress used her Instagram Grid to highlight a relative's artistic talent.

In September, Katie shared a gorgeous painting of herself and Suri by her older sister, Nancy Blaylock.

"My very talented sister painted this. So grateful ❤️," Katie wrote in the caption with the piece.

This week, Katie also shared an abstract blue painting—again, with no credit:

And an artistic photo of a single red rose:

Clearly, Katie is embracing her in curator right now—and we're here for it.

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