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Now that Katie Holmes and Suri are settling quite nicely into New York City, it's time to meet the neighbors.
If anyone could relate to their life in the spotlight, it's other celebs and their kids—and NYC has no shortage of those!
In E! Online's third installment of the "Suri and the City" guide to the Big Apple, we play BFF matchmaker for Holmes and Suri and some of the city's other famous families.
Sarah Jessica Parker & Matthew Brodrick: No family says New York better than SJP and her Broadway-belting hubby. The twins, Marion and Tabitha, are only 3, but their big brother James Wilkie is 9. Maybe he can teach Suri how to play chess, something he's been spotted doing with mom and dad in Washington Square Park.
Maggie Gyllenhaal & Peter Sarsgaard: At 5 years old, daughter Ramona is the perfect age for Suri. We imagine Holmes wouldn't mind playdates at the Gyllenhaal-Sarsgaard household because they live in the less paparazzi-populated Brooklyn.
Michelle Williams: Daughter Matilda Ledger sounds like too much fun. Williams has said that the 6-year-old loves "horseback riding, Flamenco dancing and taking care of puppies." And like Gyllenhaal and Sarsgaard, the Oscar-nominated mom has settled in Brooklyn rather than Manhattan. Extra bonus, Williams' boyfriend, funnyman Jason Segel, doesn't mind baby-sitting.
Tina Fey & Jeff Richmond: Oldest daughter Alice is 6 and loves going to Yankee games, plus she's funny like her mom! The former Saturday Night Live star has said Alice has inspired some of the Tracy Jordan's funniest storylines on 30 Rock.
Naomi Watts & Liev Schreiber: The couple's oldest son Alexander is 4 and his younger brother, Sammy, is 3. We imagine Suri likes little dogs so she'll probably have a blast playing with their Yorkie, Bob. The Schreiber kids also love tooling around NYC on scooters.
Mariska Hargitay & Peter Hermann: Television's hottest detective has taken son August, 7, to some of the best events that New York City has to offer the under-10 set, including a Lego party in Central Park and a Yo Gabba Gabba! show at Radio City Music Hall. Perhaps Suri can join them on an outing or two?
Gwyneth Paltrow & Chris Martin: Talk about having two of the coolest parents ever. Apple, 8, and her brother Moses, 6, go to Coldplay concerts and even went to see Uncle Jay-Z and Kanye West perform (OK, that was in London, but you get the point). And we know Gwynnie can whip up something yummy—and healthy—for the kids' play dates. Just check out her website goop or her cookbook, My Father's Daughter.
Beyoncé & Jay-Z: We realize that 6-month-old Blue Ivy is too young to play, but how cool would it be if Suri babysits for them one day?
—Reporting by Brett Malec