Nicole Kidman’s Clan Returns Stateside

Arriving from their holiday in Australia Nicole Kidman, and hubby Keith Urban, landed safely at LAX with daughters Sunday Rose and beautiful baby Faith in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday (July 6). After hanging out in Australia and celebrating Sunday Rose’s birthday last week, the happy family returned stateside.

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Nicole Kidman’s ‘Deep Fear’ As An Older Mother

Nicole Kidman has become a “totally different” mom to her daughter Sunday Rose after first experiencing motherhood with her adopted kids with ex-husband Tom Cruise – she has moments of “deep fear and emotion” as an older parent.

The actress welcomed Bella and Connor in to her family with Cruise in the 1990s, when she was in her 20s.
The couple subsequently split and Kidman has since wed singer Keith Urban. She gave birth to their daughter in 2008.
Kidman, now 43, admits motherhood later on in life is very different compared to how she raised Bella and Connor, who are now teenagers – but she’s convinced becoming a mom to little Sunday Rose has changed her for the better.
She tells Reuters,

“I raised two kids when I was in my 20s, but that was a different thing. I was a kid and still so young mentally and emotionally – a totally different mom.

“There is something about mothering late in life. A lot of it is I want to stay alive for Sunday. There is plenty of deep fear and emotion. Sunday has healed an enormous amount in me. It’s a very private thing, but she just has.”

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Nicole Kidman Nearly Quit Rabbit Hole After Daughter’s Birth

Nicole Kidman almost walked away from her gritty new drama Rabbit Hole after giving birth to daughter Sunday Rose – because she couldn’t portray a mother grieving the loss of a child so soon after welcoming the tot.

The Hollywood actress began working on the project, about a couple which loses its baby, in 2006 after reading rave reviews about the David Lindsay-Abaire play the film is based on.  Kidman admits turning the stage show into a big screen film became a labor of love, but she felt the need to step back from the movie after becoming a mum to little Sunday in July 2008.  In an interview on The View, she says,

“Four years ago I read a review of the play and it was a beautiful review… We approached the playwright and he let us option the play and that was before I was pregnant.

“And then I got pregnant, because it takes a long time to make films, particularly ones like this, and I went, ‘I can’t go anywhere near this!’ Hormonally and everything else I was like, absolutely not.”

But, after struggling for years to win financial backing for the project, all the pieces began to fall into place – and Kidman knew then that she couldn’t quit Rabbit Hole.  She says,

“Then the financing became available and it was a confluence of events and everything came together and I went, ‘Do I run away or do I stay?’ Now we’ll see how committed I am, and I said, ‘I have to make it.'”

And Kidman will be thankful she didn’t pass on the movie – her performance has been hailed by critics and she has been tipped to land a nomination for Best Actress when the 2011 Oscar nominations are announced.

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