Nicole Kidman, who was spotted out in London giving 3-month-old daughter Sunday a kiss yesterday, opened up the The Sun about life with her baby and her husband.
On having a child: “To be given the blessing of a child at this stage of my life was wonderful.
On Sunday Rose’s name and who she looks like: “My parents suggested the name Sunday. Her middle name is a tribute to Keith’s late grandmother. She looks like Keith. Her hair has a bit of a reddish tinge.”
Click below to read about Nicole’s pregnancy, her husband, and about son Connor’s first paycheck.
On the early stages of her pregnancy: “I had horrendous morning sickness, and there were 14 or 15-hour days on the set. But I had to finish the film.”
On being away from husband Keith Urban: “We are never apart for more than two weeks, and even that’s too long. We start to hurt after seven days. I’ve never wanted to live my life apart from the person I love. If you’re going to be with someone, you’re with them, you’re committed to them. I’m not sort of flitting around. If I fall, I fall — that’s it. We gently fell into each other. We were two lonely people who went, ‘Ah, there you are’.”
On how her son, Connor, earned money working on the set of her new movie, Australia: “He loved it. There were a lot of horses and he worked with them and the wranglers. He got a pay cheque — his first — from his mother.”
Australia, starring Nicole and fellow Aussie Hugh Jackman, is due out November 26.
Source: The Sun
Photo: Bauer/Flynet, September 14