Following the devastating loss of her father last month, Nicole Kidman no longer has death on the brain, but life — new life, that is!
The blonde beauty recently admitted she'd love to expand her brood with husband Keith Urban. "I hope every month that I'm pregnant, but I never am," Nicole candidly shared on Australian radio station KIIS 1065. "I would be jumping for joy if it happens," but quickly added, "I'm 47, it won't happen."
Already a mother of four — she has two adopted children, Connor, 19, and Isabella, 21, with ex Tom Cruise and two biological kids, Sunday, 6, and Faith, 3 (born via surrogate), with husband Keith — the Moulin Rouge! star immediately got excited when program host, Jackie O, shared the story of a friend who got pregnant at 49.
"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."
But Nicole's convinced her country singer hubby wouldn't have quite the same reaction. "He might not be jumping for joy," she laughed.
The Oscar winner also opened up about her father, Dr. Antony Kidman, but had trouble holding back tears. "He was an amazing man. We have the tightest family, we really do. Now I'll get upset," she shared of the 75-year-old, who died unexpectedly in Singapore.
The Grace of Monaco actress took a quick moment to thank fans for their kind words and support. "I have to say, so many people did reach out, it's the greatest thing," she expressed.
"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]."