Just as we started to think that Suri Cruise was becoming a relatively normal 6-year old -- she did fly commercial with her mom, Katie Holmes, after all -- she got the chance to stay in Cinderella's Castle at Disney World in Florida, thanks to dad, Tom Cruise.
People.com reports that the famous daughter of the recently-split Holmes and Cruise stayed in a suite in the castle, which isn't open to regular Joes, when her father took her to Disney World last week.
The Castle's muraled breezeway is open to the public and people can eat inside Cinderella's Royal Table restaurant overlooking Fantasyland, but the suite is generally reserved for charities and events.
Photos and video of the father-daughter duo walking around Disney World surfaced while they were at the Florida theme park, but Suri became the envy of little girls everywhere when she got the chance to stay in the 17th-century inspired suite.
The suite, originally meant to be an apartment for Walt Disney and his family, was first opened in 2006 and boasts two queen-sized beds and can accomodate up to six people.
Inside the suite is a mosaic of Cinderella's coach, comprising 3,400 tiles made of 24-carat gold. In the sitting room, stained glass windows show how Cinderella went from a regular girl to a princess -- how very Kate Middleton.
Check out Suri's digs for the night below.
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