Cruise, Holmes Deny Breakup Report

U.S. actor Tom Cruise, left, walks holding hands with his fiancee Katie Holmes after a photocall ahead of the Madrid Premiere of his latest film, The War of the Worlds, in Madrid, Tuesday, June 21, 2005. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)
Not true.

That's what Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes said Tuesday about a Valentine's Day report on the Life & Style magazine Web site, which claimed Cruise and Holmes had split up and called off their wedding.

"It should be known that the story is 100 percent false," Arnold Robinson, a publicist for the couple, said in a statement. "Mr. Cruise and Ms. Holmes are still engaged and are moving forward with their wedding plans, as well as planning for the arrival of their child."

The Feb. 27 issue, which will be on news stands Friday, said the public pair "plan to keep up the charade of their romance until after their baby's birth this spring."

Holmes, 27, and Cruise, 43, have been engaged since June. They announced their pregnancy in October.

"Despite the malicious fallacies put forth by Life & Style magazine, the couple is looking forward to a long and happy life together as a family," Robinson said.

A representative for the magazine said the story was accurate: "We stand 100 percent behind our story."

The magazine said its story was based on information from two unnamed friends of Cruise.

"So right now they're together but not together. It's a really weird situation and unhealthy for both of them," one of those purported friends is quoted as saying.