Isabella Cruise, Tom Cruise Daughter, Working as Hairdresser in London: Report

December 8, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

Isabella Cruise, the adopted daughter of Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise, is working as a hairdresser in London, according to new reports.

Isabella recently finished a 12-month diploma course at the prestigious Sassoon Academy.

The course costs nearly $24,000 and is run by the company set up by hairdressing legend Vidal Sassoon.

Isabella is now working at the academy’s high-class London salon, thanks to her training.

“Isabella has been getting stuck in at work and doesn’t make a fuss about who her parents are. Some of her workmates don’t even realize,” a source told the Daily Mail.

Isabella has also changed her look multiple times in the past year or two, having been spotted with long blonde hair, then short green hair, a blue bob, and even a bright red shaved head.

Isabella famously chose to stay with Tom after his divorce from Nicole, even after Cruise became involved with Scientology. Isabella and brother Connor are reportedly involved in the religion as well.

Actor Tom Cruise, son Connor and daughter Isabella react to a missed goal by the Los Angeles Galaxy during the MLS game against AC Milan at The Home Depot Center on July 19, 2009 in Carson, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
Actor Tom Cruise, son Connor and daughter Isabella react to a missed goal by the Los Angeles Galaxy during the MLS game against AC Milan at The Home Depot Center on July 19, 2009 in Carson, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

 

But she has recently revamped her personal life, enjoying hanging out at new bars and restaurants with her fellow stylists. 

“She now has a wider circle of friends and has broadened her horizons,” a source told The Sun.

Meanwhile, Nicole was left behind by both Isabella and brother Connor, but she still sees the children sometimes and is proud of them.

“They are generous, kind and hardworking,” she told Women’s Weekly magazine earlier this year. “And these are traits that I love to see in my children.” 

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