Nicole Kidman shares her two youngest daughters, Sunday ,14, and Faith, 12, with her country star husband, Keith Urban - and they are largely kept out of the spotlight.
However, the award-winning actress' children have shown that they are just as interested in acting as their mom - making several subtle appearances in her shows in recent time.
Sunday and Faith were both among the extras playing school children in The Undoing, in which Nicole starred in 2020 alongside Hugh Grant.
The proud mom opened up about her girls' big moment during an interview with News.com.au, revealing that they even got a line!
She said: "They're used to being extras, but they did five days in the freezing New York cold, never complained, and didn't get any special treatment. "And then one day they came home and said, 'We got a line!'"
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Other extra work on Sunday and Faith's resumes include starring in Big Little Lies, where Nicole plays one of the main characters, Celeste Wright.
The popular HBO drama saw Sunday and Faith play school children yet again in the second series back in 2019, marking their debut on the big screen.
While they didn't have talking parts, their names still featured in the credits at the end of the program. Sunday and Faith made their last public appearance in 2021 at the virtual Golden Globes, where they were dressed up for the glitzy event alongside their famous parents while at home in Australia.
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Along with Sunday and Faith, Nicole is also mom to two grown-up children, Isabella, 30, and Connor, 27, who she shares with ex-husband Tom Cruise.
Bella and Connor are both following in their father's Scientology footsteps and are passionate about the religion. Their mom Nicole was previously asked about her children's decision to follow the church, telling The Sun in 2019: "Motherhood is about the journey.
There are going to be incredible peaks and valleys, whether you are an adopting mother or a birth mother. What a child needs is love. "They have made choices to be Scientologists. It’s our job as a parent to always offer unconditional love."
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In a recent interview with Harper's Bazaar, Nicole opened up about motherhood. She said: "[I do] not have a big social life. I have my work, I have my family, I have my own inner landscape that I explore. I choose that probably more than I choose to be out partying."
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