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When it comes to reflecting this Thanksgiving, Katie Holmes admits that she’s grateful for two of life’s more simpler things – boxed wines and a great, supportive family.
“I still think of myself as Midwestern,” Holmes declared. “I mean I’ve had box wine…it’s good. And it’s a lot easier to open.”
The star went on to reveal how values play a huge part in the woman she is today.
“I’m like Lorna in that my values guide me in an instinctual way, like, ‘That feels weird’ or ‘I better send a thank you.’ Also, the Midwestern work ethic: You do what you do, and you don’t talk about it,” the star continued. “You don’t say, ‘Oh, I’m a doctor.’ You won’t have many friends if you do that.”
And belive it or not, Holmes still bases many of the decisions she makes on how her parents will react.
“My siblings and I are always on the phone saying: ‘Oh my God, what do you think?’” she revealed. “’What does Mom think? What does Dad think?’ And then you act accordingly.”
Katie’s upcoming play, Dead Accounts, hits Broadway November 29.
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