‘I wanted 10 kids’: Nicole Kidman says her biggest regret is not being able to have more children


‘I wanted 10 kids’: Nicole Kidman says her biggest regret is not being able to have more children

Nicole Kidman has revealed that one of her biggest regrets in life is not having more children.

The 54-year-old mother-of-four said she ‘would’ve loved 10’ children but is grateful for the ‘miracle’ of finding the love of her life, Keith Urban.

‘I wish I’d had more children but I wasn’t given that choice,’ she told the latest issue of Marie Claire Australia magazine.

‘I wanted 10 kids’: Australian actress Nicole Kidman, 54, (pictured) has revealed that one of her biggest regrets in life is not not being able having more children

‘But that’s OK. I get to mother other children. I have six nieces and nephews and I’m godmother to 12. I love mothering, I love kids and what they say.’

‘They’re quirky, funny, unfiltered. And then you get to see them grow and send them on their way.’

It comes as Nicole candidly opened up about her strong bond with daughters Sunday, 13, and Faith, 10.

Happy: The mother-of-four said she 'would've loved 10' children but is grateful for the 'miracle' of finding the love of her life, Keith Urban. Pictured together with daughters Sunday, 13, and Faith, 10 in March 2017

Happy: The mother-of-four said she ‘would’ve loved 10’ children but is grateful for the ‘miracle’ of finding the love of her life, Keith Urban. Pictured together with daughters Sunday, 13, and Faith, 10 in March 2017

During an appearance on Wednesday’s episode of The Project, Nicole said she was thrilled to relocate to Australia with her husband Keith and children to film Nine Perfect Strangers, because it gives her daughters a ‘global’ upbringing. 

‘I tell them, they’re global children. They travel the world. They have friends all over the world,’ Nicole told host Carrie Bickmore. 

‘They complain that they have to move a lot as that is sort of their lifestyle, but we keep our family together and that’s the most important thing.’ 

'They have friends all over the world': Nicole said daughters Sunday, 13, and Faith, 10, are 'global children' on Wednesday night's episode of The Project - and she can't wait to see 'what they're going to do in the future'

‘They have friends all over the world’: Nicole said daughters Sunday, 13, and Faith, 10, are ‘global children’ on Wednesday night’s episode of The Project – and she can’t wait to see ‘what they’re going to do in the future’ 

Candid: 'I tell them, they're global children. They travel the world. They have friends all over the world,' Nicole told host Carrie Bickmore. 'They complain that they have to move a lot as that is sort of their lifestyle, but we keep our family together and that's the most important thing.'

Candid: ‘I tell them, they’re global children. They travel the world. They have friends all over the world,’ Nicole told host Carrie Bickmore. ‘They complain that they have to move a lot as that is sort of their lifestyle, but we keep our family together and that’s the most important thing.’

Nicole then added, ‘They’re fun girls, I look forward to what they’re going to do in the future.’

Nicole and country music star Keith, 53, recently celebrated their 15 year wedding anniversary with a meal of sushi and a walk around the Art Gallery of NSW.

‘Two Aussies born in the same year but living in different worlds and cities. How did that happen?’ she asked. ‘It was meant to be. 

Nine Perfect Strangers premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, August 20

Milestone: Nicole and country music star Keith, 53, recently celebrated their 15 year wedding anniversary with a meal of sushi and a walk around the Art Gallery of NSW

Milestone: Nicole and country music star Keith, 53, recently celebrated their 15 year wedding anniversary with a meal of sushi and a walk around the Art Gallery of NSW 

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