After love crash and divorce from his ex-wife, actress Katie Holmes in 2012, it seemed that Tom Cruise had put an end to his love life. However, in the last couple of months media speculated that 28-year old actress Vanessa Kirby captured his heart.

After he had seen her on the set of TV show “The Crown,“ the 54-year old actor told the producers of movie saga “Mission Impossible“ that he wanted Vanessa specifically in the 6th sequel of the film.

He noticed Vanessa on the set

A source close to Tom Cruise informed to InTouch Weekly that Tom had been impressed by Vanessa's role of Princess Margaret in TV show “The Crown“ and he wanted to engage her in a new sequel of movie “Mission Impossible.“

On the set of their new film, chemistry kindled between Vanessa and Tom.

“They had instant chemistry, and of course she got the role,” the insider says. “He’s blown her away with his endless charm and energy. There's no doubt that Tom wants Vanessa to become the new Mrs. Cruise. He decided to get married again to fulfill his deceased mother's wish for him to settle down.“

It is known that Cruise belongs to the church of Scientology which had already given him permission for all previous marriages and relationships. Namely, the Scientologists had already given Tom green light for his marriage with Vanessa.

Wedding NO.4

Cruise met his first wife, actress Mimi Rogers, in 1986. They divorced two years later. While their divorce lawsuit was ongoing, he met his second wife, Nicole Kidman.

They married in 1990, and their marriage lasted for ten years in which they adopted two kids. After his second divorce, he had been in a relationship with actresses Penélope Cruz, Nazanin Boniadi and Sofia Vergara. He met Katie Holmes in 2005, and after one month of the relationship, they announced that Katie's pregnancy. The wedding followed up, and they were married until 2012.

If we are to believe the source, Vanessa Kirby is his 4th Wife-to-Be.

About Vanessa Kirby

Vanessa Kirby was born 18 April 1988 in Wimbledon. She is an English stage, TV and film actress. She starred in the role of Estella in the BBC adaptation “Great Expectations“ in 2011, in romantic comedy “About Time“ as Joanna in 2013 and currently, she stares in Peter Morgan's Netflix series “The Crown“ as Princess Margaret.

She applied for “Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, “ but she was turned down. She took a gap year and then went to study English at Exeter University. As for awards, Kirby won Best Supporting Actress at the Whatsonstage Awards 2014. She was nominated for Ian Charleson Awards and Evening Standard Theatre Awards.