Tomkat Has Separate Bedrooms? There’s a Shock!
Star Magazine (as reported on DListed by the wonderful Michael) has a story this week about Tom Cruise and his future ex-wife’s sleeping arrangements. Apparently, the two have separate bedrooms in their 90210 mansion and plan to keep that going even when they move to their even BIGGER house later this year.
“Of course they spend time together alone at night like most married couples; after all, they conceived Suri! In fact, they even joke about having separate bedrooms to their friends – Katie says Tom snores, and this way she can get her beauty sleep!”
Maverick snores? Can’t Scientology cure him of that? And given Katie looks like she hasn’t slept since 2005 I’m not sure that beauty sleep angle is a good one to go with.
I’m not even going to touch that conception comment, because a. the image of them doing what they would need to do to actually conceive a child would put me off food and I want to be able to eat today and b. please, as if a. has ever occurred!
But, because they are the Creepy Cruises, snoring and beauty rest isn’t the only reason they’ve had this arrangement:
“At first, it was because Katie was Catholic and single, and they were only dating. It was the proper thing to do. Now that they are married, they don’t feel the need to alter the arrangement.”
Ok, wait a sec…didn’t we just cover that Katie did her time in the super secret Scieno lab of procreation was pregnant with Suri the Wonder Child BEFORE they were married? Doesn’t that sort of make the whole “single and Catholic” argument a moot point? “Only dating” and “knocked up within 3 months (or, you know, 3 weeks) of meeting don’t really co-exist together.
But maybe the real reason the two don’t sleep together (outside of the fact that they both like dudes), is they’re of different design mindsets:
“Over the course of several months, Katie created a larger space to have as her own. In the end, she designed the room of her dreams, a very feminine room painted in pastel colors, with a small carousel and filled with many stuffed animals.”
Nice! For a four-year-old!
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