Some celebrity mothers are happy to send their staff to pick up their children.
But Tom Cruise's wife Katie Holmes is obviously not too cool for school, as she picked up their daughter Suri In upmarket Beverly Hills.
The Jack and Jill star looked effortlessly elegant in a simple white top and black trousers, and also carried her daughter's cute piggy backpack for her.
With her movie star parents' matinee looks, there is more than a fair chance Suri is Far and Away the cutest child in her class.
She looked adorable in her school dress and pigtails, and the five-year-old is clearly beginning to look more and more like her superstar father.
No doubt he will have had a special treat waiting at their sprawling $35 million mansion for his little princess, who has just started her elementary education.
Unless he received a bad Minority Report from the youngster's teachers of course.
The celebrity power couple are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary soon, and Katie has said she is 'proud' they have a strong relationship despite the fact she is much younger than the 49-year-old Top Gun star.
Katie, 32, said: “It will be five years in November and our relationship is great.”
"My husband has made incredible movies that have impacted the world and therefore I'm a part of that now. I'm proud of it and it's OK."
Despite their worldwide fame, Katie revealed the couple's favourite way of whiling away the time is having competitive word games.
If her attempts at Pictionary on Jimmy Fallon are anything to go by though, it will be far from a Mission Impossible for Tom to win the majority of matches.
She said: "We like to play a version of Scrabble called Take Two, where you don't use the board, just the pieces."
Katie admitted the attention she receives in public can sometimes be overwhelming, but she has learned to live with it.
She said: "Some days you can go straight to Starbucks without being bothered and some days you have to switch cars and it's something that becomes a part of your day."
"You kind of figure out how to go with it or fight it. I am still a kid from Ohio, but this is a part of my life now."