Nicole Kidman: 'I'm done with babies'
Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman has chosen not to have more kids.
The 48-year-old, who shares Faith Margaret, seven, and Sunday Rose, five, with husband Keith Urban, has spoken openly about her family in Australia's Marie Claire magazine, revealing she doesn't plan on adding any more children to her brood.
"I’m done with babies,” she said, "but it’s a great time for us as a family because we’ve got these two glorious children who are five and seven and such a joy to be around!"
The Australian actress, who is also mum to two adopted kids, Isabella, 23, and Connor, 21, from her marriage to Tom Cruise, has previously revealed she would be "down on my knees begging for another one (child), but it's not going to happen."
The redhead beauty also revealed the secret behind her happy marriage to country music singer Keith, 48, who she wed almost 10 years ago.
Nicole revealed that the pair has made a vow to not to be apart for longer than five days at a time.
“We spend five days apart at the most and that’s it,” she said. “Once you commit to that, everything becomes simple because we make all of our decisions around that priority.
“I don’t want to be away from him for one night, and I love that we both still feel that way."
The two have weathered dark times in the past two years. In 2014, Kidman's father, Anthony, died and last December (15) Keith’s father, Robert, lost his fight with cancer.
“When you lose your fathers in the family, it makes you even stronger because you can be there for each other to get through it," she reveals, adding, "I’m there for him and he’s there for me, but we miss both of them so much.”
Though based in Nashville, Tennessee, the Oscar-winning actress also confirmed that she will be returning to Australia later in the year to film the second series of Top Of The Lake, a menacing murder mystery directed by her longtime collaborator Jane Campion.
- Cover Media