Six-year-old girls normally aren't fussy about how many dresses they have, or rather, they may not know how many they have.
But if you are talking of a six-year-old celebrity, often featured in glossy magazines and who is a paparazzi target, things can be different.
Yes, we are talking about Suri, the daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.
She is caught in the middle of one of the most talked about divorces in recent times - which will keep the Internet and gossip pages buzzing for days to come.
Holmes has sought sole custody of her daughter and a "suitable amount of child support" from Cruise. How fierce the dispute is going to be is anybody's guess.
But Suri is not new to the limelight - she has always been in it.
When it comes to designer clothes, her taste is up there with the very best. She is said to have a closet of designer clothes worth about US$3 million (S$4 million), and a penchant for statement footwear and handbags, the Daily Mail reported.
She chooses all the outfits herself, favouring skirts and dresses over trousers and shorts.
Her father once said: "She likes to dress herself and wears whatever she wants. I'm not going tell her different."
In keeping with the doctrine of Scientology, Suri is apparently treated as an adult, free to make decisions on her clothes, make-up and diet.
Scientology expert Rick Ross told the Daily Mail: "Scientologists treat kids as if they are individuals capable of making their own decisions."
Cruise echoed the same approach in an interview.
He said: "I say to Suri, 'I really want you to eat this protein if you're going to have that sugar.'
"She looks at me and she goes: 'Dad, I don't think you should try to force me to do something I don't want to do'."
Perhaps that's the reason why Suri is allowed to wear high heels and lipstick - despite the controversy it has sparked from parenting experts.
A source told Star magazine last year: "Suri has so many designer shoes. She's a massive fan of Marc Jacobs and she's had several shoes custom-made.
"If they didn't come with a heel, Katie had them redesigned for Suri. She commissioned a pair of Louboutins for her a while back."
Suri's life has become a subject of public opinion. She has such a huge impact that Forbes had hailed her the world's most influential tot by the age of three.
Last year, she came 21st in a list of Glamour magazine readers' style icons, beating pop star Lady Gaga and actress Sarah Jessica Parker.
There is even a hugely popular spoof blog, titled Suri's Burn Book, and a soon-to-be-published book, charting her supposed opinions of her parents and other Hollywood offspring.
Already it has been updated with the post: "Please respect my privacy during this difficult time. (Just mine though - everyone else is fair game.)
"I will be vacationing in the Cayman Islands for the Independence Day holiday with my financier, and going over my plans to seek sole custody of myself."
Meanwhile, child psychologists have warned that the subject of divorce should be tackled with a lot of care, especially when it involves a six-year-old.
Dr Jeff Gardere told HollywoodLife.com: "There is certainly some confusion and sadness, but a six-year old is too young to process it all.
"You cannot be untruthful or try to hide something like this because later on they will be angry or they will have issues."
And a child she is - Suri throws tantrums as any kid her age would.
Last week, paparazzi pictures of her in tears were published in newspapers. An evening of pizza and ice cream with her mother ended in tears when Holmes took her daughter's cone away.
Another recent incident saw Suri lose her temper during a shopping spree at New York toy store FAO Schwarz.
Reports also said that the girl was her mother's constant companion, while Cruise was travelling all over the world on work.
The mother and daughter are often out together until late as Holmes seems to have no friends at all.
This article was first published in The New Paper.