PIC: Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman's Daughter Isabella Resurfaces for First Time Since His Divorce From Katie Holmes

Celebrity News Aug. 2, 2012 AT 12:00PM
Isabella Cruise and her boyfriend in Los Angeles, California on August 1, 2012. Isabella Cruise and her boyfriend in Los Angeles, California on August 1, 2012. Credit: WENN.com

Suri Cruise has been anything but scarce since her parents Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes hastily finalized their divorce last month. But while Suri plays in NYC, the Hamptons and Disney World with her now-single parents, her 19-year-old half-sibling Isabella, on the other hand, has been completely M.I.A.

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But on Wednesday, Isabella finally turned up in Los Angeles with her longtime live-in boyfriend, Eddie Frencher. The eldest child of Cruise, 50, and second ex-wife Nicole Kidman -- whose 17-year-old brother Connor has popped up on his dad's film sets and at numerous DJ gigs -- was at a Gelson's supermarker, where she and her man picked up Ben and Jerry's ice cream, among other goodies.

Aspiring artist Isabella (who is adopted) wore a baggy skull-and-crossbones shirt, black leggings and Converse sneakers; she and beau Frencher reportedly live in L.A.'s Skid Row neighborhood.

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Neither Isabella nor Connor have seen Suri, 6, since Cruise and Holmes, 33, split -- and a Cruise source tells the new Us Weekly that they haven't heard from their ex-stepmother either. "They're really upset," says the insider. During Holmes' marriage to Cruise, Connor and Isabella "call me Mom," she once said.

As Us Weekly revealed, Isabella's mother Kidman, 45, proved to be a pillar of support for Holmes as she emboldened herself to filed for divorce from Cruise after five years of marriage.

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"She knows what it's like in that freaky house," an insider said. "She told Katie her life is great now and she has no regrets."

Still, much has been made of Kidman's estrangement from Isabella and Connor. Some have even claimed that high-ranking members of the Church of Scientology -- Cruise's talked-about religion -- turned the kids against their mom after her 2001 split from Cruise.

The church "really worked over Isabella and Connor to tell them how bad Nicole was," former Scientologist Amy Scobee told Us.

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