There they are! Newlywed Bella Cruise stepped out for a stroll around London, with her husband, Max Parker, this past weekend, following their secret nuptials in September.
Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman's daughter, 22, shocked the world after Us Weekly confirmed that she had married Parker in a hush-hush ceremony in the British city. "The wedding happened a couple of weeks ago, on Sept. 18," a source told Us at the time. "And was a super low-key, small ceremony. Connor was there but both Tom and Nicole were not."
The insider added that the Hollywood scion "really didn't want to make a big deal out of it," and hosted a "very, very informal" reception.
Their outdoor excursion this weekend marked the first time that the pair have been spotted since their bombshell wedding news. For the occasion, Bella was dressed casually in black tights, a matching sweater, and a skirt printed with astrology graphics. She accessorized her outfit with shades and, of course, her new wedding band as she was snapped gazing adoringly at her new husband.
Parker, an IT consultant, looked amused as he walked through the streets of London in a white printed tee, black jeans, and his thin wedding band on his left ring finger.
This isn't the only reason Bella made headlines on Tuesday, Nov. 3. As Leah Remini's revealing new memoir, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, hit shelves that same day, readers learned some startling inside scoop about Bella's strained relationship with her mom, Kidman.
"I had always wondered why they didn't have a relationship with their mom, but I could never ask them, because there was always someone else around," Remini wrote, recalling an incident after Tom Cruise's 2006 wedding to Katie Holmes. "Driving to the airport alone with them, I had my chance."
According to Remini, Bella had an interesting choice of words when she was asked whether she still saw her mother.
"'Not if I have a choice,' Bella, then 13, said at the time. 'Our mom is a f–king SP.’”
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