Isabella Kidman Cruise, now 25, has shunned going down the acting route like her parents but has opted to keep it creative, having just launched her own brand, BKC, which stands for Bella Kidman Cruise. Currently, her range consists of six t-shirts, which can be yours for $85 dollars a piece.
Her website reads, "Bella has been an artist her entire life. Her go-to medium is marker on paper with her inspiration for her artwork drawn largely from friends, fashion, and music. It has been a life-long dream of Bella's to put her art onto clothing; her brand new t-shirt collection is the first glimpse in to the realization of this dream, with many more to come in the near future."
Kidman Cruise recently married IT consultant Max Parker and has left the glitz and glamour of her Hollywood life behind for a modest house in Croydon, London. She is one of two children that Kidman and Cruise adopted during their 11 years of marriage, in 1992. When the showbiz couple split, Bella and her brother Connor remained with the Top Gun actor and were raised as part of the Church of Scientology. It's widely reported that Kidman was branded a "suppressive person" by the organization, leading to years of estrangement between herself and the children.
The situation came into the limelight again recently after the Practical Magic star won a Golden Globe for her part in Big Little Lies. During her acceptance speech, she thanked her two biological children, Sunday and Faith, whom she shares with husband Keith Urban, but failed to mention Connor or Bella.
It's believed that Bella and her mother are now back in touch, even though Kidman wasn't invited to her recent nuptials. The current status of her relationship with 23-year-old Connor—who lives a very different style from his sister, opting for $500,000 fishing boats, Mustang cars and lavish parties—isn't known.