By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Just like mummmy: Suri and Katie enjoyed a Starbucks run together in Vancouver, Canada
Suri Cruise is a little lady who knows exactly what she wants.And now it seems she's graduated to doing a daily Starbucks runs just like the older celebrities she seems keen to emulate.
The four-year-old proudly walked out of Starbucks carrying her own super-sized coffee cup - but let's hope she opted for a non -caffeine variety or mum Katie Holmes may have had some trouble getting her to sleep.
The fashion forward little girl couldn't wait for her drink to arrive and tucked into a white chocolate lolly as her drink was being made.
Slurpie: Suri handles her hot beverage with care as she emulates grown-up celebs with a coffee run
Suri was, as always, looking adorable in a black dress teamed with pink leggings and flat pumps which matched her dress.
Her long brown locks were worn down with a bright pink clip perched at the top of her head.
Katie and Suri were joined by Tom's adopted daughter Isabella during their trip to Starbucks.
Is it ready? Suri was wearing pink leggings with a black dress and matching pumps for the trip to Starbucks
All mine: Suri munches on a biscuit as the group leave the store
Isabella, adopted along with brother Connor by Cruise and then-wife Nicole Kidman, was home-schooled in California.
With the break-up of her parents ten-year marriage in 2001 she and Connor chose to stay with their father, while he went onto marry again.
Just last month Kidman expressed her pain at not seeing her children grow up.
Little madam: Suri couldn't wait to took into her chocolate and was eager to get her drink as she and Katie waited for them to be made
Family trip: Katie Holmes takes her daughter Suri and step-daughter Isabella for coffee and cakes in Vancouver, Canada
'They live with Tom, which was their choice,' she said. 'I'd love them to live with us, but what can you do?'
In an interview three years ago, Holmes admitted Connor and Isabella called her 'Mom' after just two years in their lives.
She said: 'His first two children are incredible, really smart and kind. They call me Mom.'
Kidman said although she was upset at them spending most of their time with their father in Los Angeles, having a younger child helped lessen the pain.
Yummy: Suri seemed quite taken with her sweet treat, leaving mum to safely carry her hot drink
She admitted: 'It's a beautiful thing at 43 to have a two and half year old!'
Kidman and husband Keith Urban have since gone on to have baby Faith, born via surrogate mother.
However, despite the distance between them, Nicole said she was proud of her elder children, adding: 'They are healthy and sane and together and are great, great people. So I'm not one of those people that needs to be reminded of what I have.'