Katie Holmes is facing rumors of an upcoming wedding. Over four years after the actress split from husband Tom Cruise, the father of her 10-year-old daughter, Suri Cruise, she and Jamie Foxx may be ready to tie the knot and settle down after three years of reportedly dating in secret.

On September 26, HNGN shared a new report regarding Holmes' potential future wedding ceremony, revealing Cruise had given Holmes' relationship with Foxx a "go signal." Although Cruise certainly hasn't released any statement publicly, the source claimed he is okay with Holmes dating Foxx after previously restricting her from dating anyone publicly in the years after their split.

As the outlet explained, Katie Holmes was allegedly put on a dating restriction when she divorced Cruise which was ultimately lifted. And while it was never confirmed, it was believed that the secrecy of Holmes' reported romance with Foxx was due to her previous marriage to Cruise.

Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise were married for five years and share one child

Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise embarked on a whirlwind romance with one another in 2005 just weeks after the former Dawson's Creek actress split from her former boyfriend, Chris Klein. Months later, Holmes and Cruise became engaged in on November 18, 2006, they tied the knot in a castle in Italy surrounded by family and friends.

On April 18, 2006, Holmes and Cruise welcomed their daughter, Suri, and on June 29, 2012, Holmes filed for divorce after five years of marriage.

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While there have been conflicting reports regarding the reason behind Holmes' filing, many believe that Scientology, Cruise's religion, played a part in the end of their marriage and ultimately led Cruise to remove himself from his daughter's life completely.

Katie Holmes and actor Jamie Foxx may wed in November

According to HNGN, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx could tie the knot as early as November. However, it has been reported that the two are actually married already after a ceremony earlier this summer in Hawaii.