Nicole Kidman Always Knew She Would Adopt Kids

Amos Herrera
December 13, 2016

Nicole Kidman wanted children "from a very early age".

The 49-year-old star also loves being a mom, describing it as the most intense and profound experience anyone could feel.

"Because I always knew I'd adopt, I just always wanted a child. Having lived in Nashville, I have a strong sense of the (American) south in me - actually and our children are being raised that way where they have elements of American and then they have elements of Australian and then they sort of ... worldwide". So that was the least of it for me.

The actress opened up about her new movie Lion, in which she plays a woman who adopts a boy from India.

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Nicole is now starring in "Lion", a drama about a young boy who gets lost and ends up being adopted by an Australian couple, and says she took on the role because she connected to the story about the "bond between a mother and a child". "I think when that bond forms, it's astounding how powerful it is".

"We have many mothers, biological ... adoptive but the way in which mothers can love and the power of that and that launches you off into the world".

Nicole - who has two grown children with Tom Cruise and another two with husband Keith Urban - stated: "I still have a very strong relationship with them".

She added: "The love for a child is the most intense, profound, deeply felt thing that will ever transpire through your body to another human being. It happened to me, too".

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