Nicole Kidman would love to expand her family, but by her own admission, "It's not going to happen". The Australian actress, who is a mother to Isabella and Connor, her adopted children with ex Tom Cruise, and Sunday and Faith, her biological daughters with husband Keith Urban, said in an interview with Marie Claire Australia that her family is now complete.
"I wish I wasn't, but yes, I'm done with babies," Nicole, 48, 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."
Nicole Kidman has said her family is now complete
The star also opened up about her decade-long marriage to Keith. "We spend five days apart at the most and that's it," she revealed. "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 the same way.
"I just think we are meant to be together, it’s that simple," Nicole added. "We are just really into each other, and into our kids, and we're just a family."
The star opened up about her 10-year marriage to Keith Urban
The devoted couple have supported each other through some difficult times; in December Keith lost his father Robert Urban, just 15 months after the death of Nicole’s beloved dad Dr Anthony Kidman.
Speaking about the pain of losing both men, Nicole said: "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.
Nicole and Keith supported each other through the deaths of their fathers
"I'm there for him, and he's there for me. But we miss both of them so much."