Isabella Cruise insists she is still ''very close'' to her mother Nicole Kidman, despite the pair rarely being seen together.
Isabella Cruise insists she is still ''very close'' to Nicole Kidman.
The 19-year-old artist - the adopted daughter of the actress and her ex-husband Tom Cruise - has not appeared in public with her mother for several years but she has denied there is a rift in the family.
She told New Idea magazine: ''I love mom. She's my mom. She's great. I see her sometimes and I speak to her.
''We're a very close family. I love all of our family.''
Nicole - who also has adopted Connor, 17, with Tom and daughters Sunday Rose, three, and 16-month-old Faith Margaret with current spouse Keith Urban - has previously admitted
Isabella and her brother call her by her first name.
She has said: ''My kids don't call me mommy, they don't even call me mom. They call me Nicole, which I hate and tell them off for it.''
Her comments came at a time when Tom's current wife Katie Holmes admitted the two teenagers call her 'Mom'.
She said: ''Tom's first two children are incredible, really smart and kind. They call me Mom.''
Isabella opted to continue living with Tom in Beverly Hills when her parents divorced in 2001.