Now even Baby Suri's most private moments can be eye witnessed by onlookers everywhere.
On Wednesday, a bronze sculpture inspired by Suri Cruise's first poop (which hopefully was not seen by the artist) went on display to the public.
Artist Daniel Edwards-the man who also brought us "Monument to Pro-Life: The Birth of Sean Preston," a sculpture of a nude Britney Spears giving birth-has now created "Suri's Bronzed Baby Poop" a tribute to Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' daughter.
"A bronzed cast of baby's first poop can be a meaningful memento for the family. A baby's first meal of solid food may be a baby's first meal at the dinner table," said David Kesting, director of Brooklyn's Capla Kesting Fine Art Gallery.
The Capla Gallery insist the sculpture-which was also reportedly based on the popular children's book "Everybody Poops"-has great depth and is actually a social comment on the culture of celebrity.
"It's partially a statement on modern media that 'celebrity poop' has more entertainment value than health, famine or other critical issues facing society and governments today," said a spokesperson.
"Also, it is a statement on the absurdity of the media coverage surrounding Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' new baby, Suri Cruise, which has reached stellar proportions and is eclipsing far more notable events with more substance."
The artwork will be on display until the end of September and will then be auctioned on the internet website eBay.
Limited edition plaster replicas will also be available to buy.