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Cruise’s rep denies demise of TomKat

Life & Style Weekly is reporting that Holmes and Cruise are breaking up
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Contrary to reports, Tom Cruise's representative denies to Access Hollywood that he and Katie Holmes are putting an end to the TomKat.

In response to a report issued by Life & Style Weekly magazine claiming that Cruise and Holmes have called off their wedding and plan to split, Tom's publicists, Paul Bloch and Arnold Robinson, tell Access Hollywood exclusively, “It should be known that the story is 100 percent false.”

When asked how the two are doing they added, “They are doing great, they are in great shape. They are still engaged and are moving forward with their wedding plans, as well as planning for the arrival of their child.”

The denial from Cruise's representatives got even stronger in the exclusive statement, saying “Despite the malicious fallacies put forth by Life & Style Weekly magazine, the couple is looking forward to a long and happy life together as a family.”

In the Life & Style article, the magazine quoted “insiders” who said the couple's relationship had come to an end but that Tom and Katie “plan to keep up the charade of a romance until after their baby’s birth this spring.”

Another source was quoted in the magazine, saying that Tom and Katie “both agreed that the marriage wouldn’t work and they wanted to end it before they learned to hate each other.”

A representative for Life & Style Magazine today responded to the denial by saying, “We stand 100 percent behind our story.”

The story appears in the new issue of Life & Style, which hits newsstands on February 16.