Still clucky! Nicole Kidman is so desperate to be a mom again that she's told an Australian radio show she hopes she's pregnant every month.
The Australian actress, who is mourning the recent loss of her dad, Dr. Antony Kidman, told Australia's KIIS 1065 radio station on Friday, Oct. 10, that she hasn't given up on her dream of adding an extra baby to her brood.
Kidman, who adopted children Connor, 19, and Isabella, 21, with ex-husband Tom Cruise, already has two biological children with husband Keith Urban. But while she's besotted with Sunday, 6, and Faith, 3, (who she had via surrogate in 2011) the redhaired actress admits she never gives up hope of more kids.
"I hope every month that I'm pregnant," Kidman revealed, "but I never am. I would be jumping for joy if it happens," she said, before adding, "I'm 47, it won't happen."
When host Jackie O shared news of a friend who was pregnant at 49, the Moulin Rouge! actress allowed herself to get excited. "That’s incredible, what a fabulous thing. My grandmother had her last baby at 49 so you never know," she said. "I'm baby crazy. I love babies…kids, they are just extraordinary," she continued, before admitting husband Urban might not feel quite the same way about going back to diapers again. "He might not be jumping for joy," she admitted, laughing.
The mood changed later on in the interview when Kidman nearly broke down when asked about her dad's death.
"He was an amazing man," the Oscar-winning actress said of her father, who died last month in Singapore, at the age of 75. "We have the tightest family, we really do. Now I'll get upset," she said.
After taking a break to compose herself, Kidman was keen to thank friends and fans for their support. "I have to say, so many people did reach out, it's the greatest thing," she said. "I used to be like, 'Oh, I don't want to intrude, it's awkward,' and now having been on the other side of it, it's so beautiful when people do it. A card or call or anything, it really does [mean a lot]." Read Nicole's sweet message to her supporters.