Nicole Kidman reveals she lost interest in fashion after first daughter's birth

The actress has two daughters with husband Keith Urban

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Nicole Kidman temporarily lost interest in style after her daughter Sunday was born. Nicole and husband Keith Urban welcomed Sunday, their first child together, into the world in 2008. They also have younger daughter Faith, six, but it was after Sunday's arrival that Australian star Nicole noticed she no longer cared about fashion and beauty.

"There was a period after I had my daughter Sunday when I was like, 'Okay, I'm not interested,' and then, of course, the interest came back," she smiled to American Vogue. "I've always loved clothes, I love how they're made, I love looking at the seams. I'm just in awe of designers. I love what Raf's (Simons) doing at Calvin (Klein). I just went to the Michael Kors show, and it was divine."

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Nicole sat front and centre for Michael's recent New York Fashion Week Show. She also recently wowed at the Toronto International Film Festival and made a statement in red at Sunday night's Emmy Awards, where the 50-year-old took away her first-ever Emmy for her role in Big Little Lies. The show also won the prize for Outstanding Limited Series earning Nicole a second award.

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Away from red carpet appearances, Nicole says she keeps her skin looking radiant by using sunscreen at all times.

 

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"I get asked how I've kept it (my skin), and it's sunscreen. I never, ever, ever forget sunscreen. I thank my mom for that because she started me on the regime," she revealed.

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Nicole's mother also taught her to always take her make-up off before bed, and the star's other skin boosting secrets include keeping well hydrated and using retinol-based products.

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