Katie Holmes shares super adorable snap of daughter on Instagram

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Nov 18, 2016 10:15 PM EST

Actress Katie Holmes attends the WWD And Variety inaugural stylemakers' event at Smashbox Studios on November 19, 2015 in Culver City, California. (Photo : (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images))

On Monday the gorgeous actress Katie Holmes uploaded a rare image on Instagram of her daughter Suri enjoying baking with a friend of her age.

Daily Mail reports the two young girls had just been baking. With smiling faces and sparkling eyes they showed up their frosting-covered fingers to the camera.

They girls seem to be at a real enjoyable time in the image. There is a big mound of beaten frosting mixed with sprinkles  in the image as though it might be on the top of a big cake. Two freshly prepared cupcakes also rest in front of the kids.

Kate Holmes captioned the image, "Strong little girls that will become strong women. Let's keep fighting to make it a better world for our children."

Baking time is fun time for little girls. They both are busy and happy wearing two pink aprons with the images of DC Cupcakes.  The TV show DC Cupcakes is TLC reality program! The show is all about an establishment called Georgetown Cupcake in America's capital.

Hello magazine writes that Katie was present at the Napa Valley Film Festival over the weekend. Sometimes she shares on Instagram some photos of Suri - daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. The images are always artistic and catchy.

Despite the fact that the photos are posted, the face of the child rarely shows. Well, maybe the mother is conscious about the privacy of her child!

The festive cheer of the holidays is round the corner! It is no guess that the famous mother will be having great fun and plenty of delicious baking together with her daughter.

 Katie Holmes has directed the drama film "All We Had" which is all about the life and struggles of a mother and her teenage daughter.

Katie opened up about her family customs last year and said to HELLO Magazine, "I love family time during the holidays." She added, "I'm the youngest of five, and I have a lot of nieces and nephews so it's really about celebrating with them and doing a lot of arts and crafts and baking and you know that kind of thing."

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