Nicole Kidman confesses to wanting a bigger family: 'I would love to have more kids'
The Australian actress talks about how she is open to the prospect of having more children in the future.
Nicole Kidman revealed that she is still open to the possibility of having more children and there is a part of her that would love to explore that in the future. In an exclusive interview with WHO, Kidman talked about her family and the 'future' kids. She said, “Nothing is ever totally out of the question, but in terms of what we can manage." She is already a mother to four children, two adopted children with Tom Cruise, Isabella, 25, and Connor, 23 and Sunday Rose, 10, and Faith Margaret, 7, whom she shares with Keith Urban.
When she was asked about a fifth child, she said: “I would love to have had more.” She went on to add, "But I’m happy to have the family I have." She went to talk about how she considers her children with Keith Urban a miracle, saying, "I didn’t think I’d have the miracle of these girls and at the age I was, I was able to have them. That was a miracle and I don’t forget that when I wish I had more.”
The Australian actress was recently in the news when she spoke about her two adopted children following Scientology, a subject she doesn't openly speak about. She discussed the subject with WHO, saying “I’m very private about all that. I have to protect all those relationships. I know 150 per cent that I would give up my life for my children because it’s what my purpose is.”
She also discussed how she respected her children's decision to practice Scientology, "They are adults", she said. "They are able to make their own decisions. They have made choices to be Scientologists and as a mother, it’s my job to love them."
Being a mother involves loving and supporting your children in whatever they do, which is what Nicole strongly believes in. She says, "That’s what I believe – that no matter what your child does, the child has love and the child has to know there is available love and I’m open here." She went on to add, "I think that’s so important because if that is taken away from a child, to sever that in any child, in any relationship, in any family – I believe it’s wrong. So that’s our job as a parent, to always offer unconditional love.”
Academy-award winning Kidman has had a prolific career in Hollywood. Earlier last year she starred in the critically acclaimed series "Big Little Lies". Her latest film 'Boy Erased' is a biographical drama that released on November 2nd to rave reviews both by critics and audiences alike.