Nicole Kidman’s Girls Have A Mix Of Australian & Southern Accents

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During a Friday appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Academy Award-winning actress Nicole Kidman opened up about her daughters Sunday, 4, and Faith, 2.

“They were both born in Nashville, and we live in Tennessee now,” the Australian-born actress shared. “They have a mix of Australian and Southern [accents], which is really cute, but my mama always says, ‘I can’t understand her,’ because . . .she says, ‘Hey, y’all!’ to her grandparents.”

While Sunday has the gift to gab, Faith still speaks in “baby garble,” the proud mom, 45, said. “But I understand everything she says.”

Nicole’s hubby Keith Urban, the new American Idol judge, is a “divine” father, she gushed.

“The great thing about being married to a musician . . . is you have music in the house all the time,” Nicole said. “There is something very joyful about having music. Because Keith can play pretty much any instrument, he’ll just play piano at 7 a.m. in the morning.”

She added: “Breakfast around the piano is very much a part of our life.”

She went on to talk about first meeting Keith on the set of G’Day LA in 2005.

“We have different perspectives on it. I’m like, ‘You didn’t love me at first sight. You didn’t notice me!’ And he’s like, ‘Yes, I did, but I just didn’t let on.’ But we kind of met and then about four months later he called me. That’s a long time,” shed laughed. “He said he had other things he had to take care of. Guys, right?”

Nicole is also mom to daughter Bella, 20, and son Connor, 17, with ex-husband Tom Cruise.

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Photo credit: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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  1. Anonymous

    love her, also loves that she lives in Nashville that is where I am from as well.

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  2. Hmmmmm

    Living away from Hollywood doesn’t seem to have hurt Nicole’s career — she has kept working steadily and is still on the A-list.

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  3. popsykl

    the parents are australian……its more likely the children sound australian…we have lived in nz for 3 years……my kids still sound australian

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