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Is Yolanda Pecoraro the next Mrs Tom Cruise?

The Church of Scientology has reportedly already found Tom Cruise a new wife - devout Scientologist Yolanda Pecoraro.

The Church of Scientology has reportedly already found Tom Cruise a new wife — "Scientology Princess" Yolanda Pecoraro.
Yolanda, a struggling Latin actress, is said to be the "perfect match" for Tom. She is 27, beautiful, and a serial Scientology girlfriend, with two long-term relationships with senior church members under her belt.
Tom's minders in the bizarre religion are allegedly keen for him to remarry quickly to neutralise the negative publicity resulting from the actor's divorce from Katie Holmes.
"With the embarrassment his divorce has caused the church, they want to stabilise the situation quickly," a source told gossip magazine The National Enquirer.
"They also want to show that Tom has rebounded fast and that his new wife is beautiful and steeped in Scientology. If the church decides to make Yolanda Tom's next wife, they'd certainly want her to have a child soon.
"So she could quickly be going from her modest apartment to a mansion in Beverly Hills with a baby on the way. And there's little doubt she'd do what's best for the church."
Yolanda's parents were Scientologists and she is said to have started taking lessons when she was 13, earning her the nickname "Scientology Princess".
She has also reportedly dated Tom before. The couple are said to have met at the opening of a Scientology centre in Spain in 2004.
A month later, Tom and Yolanda were photographed at a soccer game with David and Victoria Beckham, seemingly confirming their relationship.
Yolanda has so far refused to confirm or deny rumours she is Tom's next wife, but gave the publication a cryptic comment: "Yes, I knew and still know Tom Cruise. And no, I'm not married or engaged."
Yolanda currently lives in California with her boyfriend.
Tom was married to Mimi Rogers from 1987-1990, Australian actress Nicole Kidman from 1990-2001 and Katie Holmes from 2006-2012.

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