While promoting her new film Strangerland at the Sundance Film Festival on Friday, Academy Award-winning actress Nicole Kidman was asked if her daughters – Sunday, 6½, and Faith, 4 – want a baby sibling.
“No, they don’t want any competition,” the actress, 47, admitted to E! News.
She added: “I asked them if they wanted [that] and they were like, ‘No, we’re fine, actually.’ But they want a dog.”
While her kids are perfectly happy with family life, Kidman recently admitted that she would love to have more children with her husband, country crooner Keith Urban.
“I hope every month that I’m pregnant, so there we go. But I never am,” she recently confessed. “I would be jumping for joy if I was. It won’t happen. No! I’m 47, it won’t happen.”
The Paddington actress is also mom to son Connor, 19, and daughter Isabella, 21, whom she adopted with ex-husband Tom Cruise.