“I’m thrilled that peo­ple still re­mem­ber Daw­son’s Creek be­cause we re­ally en­joyed mak­ing it”

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But her first com­mit­ment is to Mchappy Day, and Mcdon­ald’s couldn’t be more de­lighted to have her as its am­bas­sador. “Katie hasn’t been in Aus­tralia in over 10 years,” says di­rec­tor of mar­ket­ing Jo Feeney. “We’re ab­so­lutely thrilled to have some­one of her cal­i­bre who is known for sup­port­ing chil­dren’s char­i­ties.”

When it’s pointed out to Holmes she’ll doubt­less have to con­tend with lots of blokes turn­ing up with their kids os­ten­si­bly to do­nate, but also to see their Daw­son’s Creek crush, she laughs. She’s still as fond of her char­ac­ter Joey Pot­ter as they are. “I’m thrilled that peo­ple are fans of Daw­son’s Creek,” she says, gig­gling. “I’m just so grate­ful that peo­ple still re­mem­ber and that they en­joyed watch­ing be­cause we re­ally en­joyed mak­ing it. I’ll be happy to see them.”

Katie Holmes will at­tend Mchappy Day on Satur­day, Novem­ber 16.

SHE’S GOT THE LOOK (clock­wise from top left) In the head­line-grab­bing “sex­i­gan” cardi­gan in Au­gust; sport­ing pants from Aus­tralian la­bel Zim­mer­mann in New York in Septem­ber; in a Zac Posen gown for the Met Gala in May; wear­ing a Saint Lau­rent by An­thony Vac­carello black mini dress in New York late last month.

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