Having kids may be something Nicole Kidman would love to continue exploring, but she has admitted that she won't be doing to because her husband, Keith Urban thinks they're officially done with having kids now.
In an interview with BBC 2's Victoria Derbyshire, Kidman, who is the mother of Isabelle, 24 and Connor, 21, kids she adopted with first husband Tom Cruise and daughters Sunday Rose, 8 and Faith Margaret, 6, with Urban, admitted that she would have loved to have more children, but her husband doesn't have the same feelings.
"I would have liked probably two or three more children," she said. "I love, love children. I love raising children...they make me feel good and I love being around and I love the ups and downs, and I love watching them grow and the things they say and teach... He's kinda maxed out. He's like, 'I'm done baby, I'm done. Let's just focus on what we have.'"
However, despite knowing that she may not be able to have more kids, she admits that she doesn't have any regrets about things.
"I hate to use the word regret because I have no regrets-in terms of I'm so blessed," she said. "But would I enjoy giving to more young people? Yeah. But there's ways in which I do it now. I mean I have nieces and nephews. Would I consider adopting again? Yes, possibly, everything."
Kidman is currently promoting her new movie, Lion, where she plays the adoptive mother of an Indian orphan who as an adult, embarks on a journey to find his birth family.