Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman's daughter Isabella Cruise supports her father by rocking a retro Top Gun T-shirt while on a stroll in London
Her father is set to reprise one of his most iconic characters with the upcoming sequel to 1986's Top Gun.
And Isabella Cruise showed her support for her famous dad Tom Cruise on Tuesday when she was spotted wearing a shirt repping the action classic.
Old school: Isabella Cruise, 29, rocked a retro Top Gun T-shirt to support dad Tom Cruise's new sequel while out and about in London on Tuesday
Isabella had on the old-school Top Gun shirt featuring cartoon illustrations of a fighter jet and a missile in flight.
She wore it under a cool pale blue denim jacket that she left unbuttoned while rolling up the extra-long sleeves.
The artist, who sells print, tote bags and T-shirts online featuring her illustrations, also had on a high-waisted set of black jeans that she rolled up over the hems to highlight her black platform combat boots.
She covered up her shaggy dark hair with a nondescript white baseball cap, and she blocked out the sun with black sunglasses.
Looking cool: She wore her shirt under a cool pale blue denim jacket. The artist also had on a high-waisted set of black jeans with black platform combat boots
Taking it easy: She covered up her shaggy dark hair with a nondescript white baseball cap, and she blocked out the sun with black sunglasses
The celebrity daughter accessorized with a white tote bag, and she appeared to be on her phone as walked along the sidewalk.
Isabella's parents Tom and Nicole met on the set of the 1989 action film Days Of Thunder, and they married the following year until their 2001 divorce.
Following an ectopic pregnancy, the A-listers opted to adopt both Isabella and her brother Connor, 27.
Bella was rumored to have had a strained relationship with her mother following her parents' divorce, but she was reported to have liked a recent photo Nicole posted of her husband Keith Urban playing guitar, suggesting the two are on more positive footing now.
Coming soon: Isabella's father Tom Cruise is reprising his role as Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell in the highly anticipated action sequel Top Gun: Maverick
The beginning: Isabella's parents Tom and Nicole met on the set of the 1989 action film Days Of Thunder, and they married the following year until their 2001 divorce
Family: Following an ectopic pregnancy, the A-listers opted to adopt both Isabella and her brother Connor, 27 (pictured left)
Isabella has been living in London in recent years after tying the knot with Max Parker their in 2015.
She also has a half-sister Suri Cruise, 16, through her father's marriage to Katie Holmes.
After marrying Keith Urban, Nicole later had two more biological children, Sunday, 13, and Faith, 11.
On solid ground: Bella was rumored to have had a strained relationship with her mother following her parents' divorce, but she was reported to have liked a recent photo Nicole posted; Kidman and Cruise seen in 1995 with Connor and Isabella
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With cameras inside cockpits and strapped to wings and nose cones, Kosinski has delivered a vertiginous pulse-quickening monster of movie. See it on the biggest screen possible. Then see it again.
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