Tom Cruise Takes Suri to Disney World

UPDATED 07/31/2012 at 03:30 PM EDT Originally published 07/31/2012 at 01:30 PM EDT

Tom Cruise, Suri Cruise Bond at Disney World
Tom Cruise visits Disney World with daughter, Suri, and sister, Cass Mapother on July 30
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Mickey Mouse wasn't the biggest star at Walt Disney World.

Fresh off Tom Cruise's split from Katie Holmes, the actor took daughter, Suri, 6, to the Magic Kingdom on Monday.

Dressed in an Ariel costume, Suri held hands with Cruise, 50, as they strolled through park.

"Suri looked like she was in heaven," Marianne Cohen of Tampa, who was at the park with her grandkids, tells PEOPLE. "It was really cute. She was walking around like she owned the place, having the time of her life, and Tom, who looked really handsome was talking to her, was really engaging with her."

While the Cruise family enjoyed their day in Orlando, Fla., excited fans took to Twitter to share their star sightings.

"Perks of working at Disney….. I just said hello to Tom Cruise!" Allison Beckley shared.

Another Twitter user, @looker_a wrote, "Tom Cruise literally just walked by us at Disney world!"

"Tom Cruise at Walt Disney World at [the] same time I'm here... too bad I'm #TeamKatieHolmes," @jaybaybay1318 wrote.

The father-daughter duo stepped out just days after Holmes was spotted dining with her lawyer, Jonathan Wolfe, and his wife in New York.

Reporting by STEVE HELLING

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