The happy Cruise-Holmes couple proudly unveils baby Suri — by way of birth certificate. Still no photos of their precious bundle, but Tom and Katie are hoping you'll believe this piece of paperwork that might as well have come from a document purveyor in Chinatown. First there's the issue of the filing of the certificate. St. John's Hospital requires them to be filed within 10 days of birth, though Suri's comes 20 days later, signed illegibly by someone labeled "friend" (read: Scientology flack). Official excuse for the late certificate: The hospital "needed a signature from the parents or a representative of the parents certifying birth, and that person did not come in until May 4." And also:
[T]he "Attendant or Certifier" who signed the certificate -- Anne Heffernan, RNC -- was not in the delivery room and did not see the baby. But a hospital rep tells TMZ that Heffernan is authorized to sign when the doctor is not available. A hospital rep said "normally the doctor signs" but it isn't a requirement.
Finally, the hospital rep said that the circumstances that triggered the eventual signing of the birth certificate were that Suri needed a passport and a birth certificate is a prerequisite to obtaining one.
Needed a passport? Why yes, the Cruise-Holmes family does a lot of traveling. And so does Michael Jackson's, and you saw what happened to his "biological" children."
if you're feeling adventurous, you should try writing your own headlines instead of copying them from other sites.
said: jimbo on July 10, 2006 10:30 PM
If you're feeling more adventorous, you should get a PhD and a Maste's degree from the University of Illinois like I did.
said: Margo Hatcher, PhD on July 10, 2006 10:39 PM
If you're feeling more adventurous, you should get a PhD and a Master's degree from the University of Illinois like I did
said: Margo Hatcher, PhD on July 10, 2006 10:41 PM
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