Katie Holmes admits it is ''magical'' to be able to have her four-year-old daughter Suri on set with her during filming of mini-series 'The Kennedys'.
Katie Holmes thinks it is "magical" when she brings her daughter to work.
The 31-year-old actress - who has four-year-old Suri with husband Tom Cruise - adores spending time with the youngster and admits she helps keep her spirits high when she's having a bad day.
She said: "It's been really wonderful and I love being a mom. Suri comes to the set with me. She is amazing and it's really fun to share making a movie with her. She brings so much to it.
"She is such a light that you instantly feel better. When I'm working, I feel like, 'Wow, this is so magical I get to share this with you, and you give me so much.' It's really fun."
The brunette beauty adored working on the show - which will air on the History Channel next year - because it allowed her to portray the "amazing" woman.
She told TV show 'Access Hollywood': "She was an amazing mother and she was a very strong woman. She did a lot right."
Katie was also delighted with how movie bosses have allowed them to integrate their family life into filming.
She explained: "We've had a lot of fun with all of the kids on set. Everyone brings their kids and we do play dates there and paint pottery. There's always like a million things going on at once and you just do it."