Nicole Kidman reveals she’s ‘so sad’ as daughter Sunday receives frustrating news
Nicole Kidman has opened up about her family life in a rare interview, giving an incredible insight into their experience during the coronavirus pandemic. Chatting with Marie Claire Australia, the doting mum opened up about her “simple” existence with husband Keith Urban and their daughter's Faith and Sunday who is following in her mum’s footsteps.
The Big Little Lies star revealed that Sunday has a keen interest in directing, and usually comes on set with her mum to watch. However, because of the pandemic, the 12-year-old has been unable to do this. Admitting to feeling sad for her daughter, Nicole said: “The frustration with COVID is she usually comes on set and watches, but this time she can’t due to the COVID protocols.” “It’s so sad as a mum not to be able to take her to work with me.
But there’ll be other opportunities.” Nicole and Keith who has just released his latest album, The Speed of Now Part 1 – have been enjoying spending time with the star’s family in Australia, where they are currently staying so that the actress can film Nine Perfect Strangers in Byron Bay. The celebrity couple never leave their children, and have been getting help from her sister Antonia and mum Janelle, much to the delight of Sunday and Faith.