Nicole Kidman reveals her reaction if her adopted children with Tom Cruise want to find their birth mothers

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Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise adopted two children during their marriage.

The Hollywood star became an adoptive mother to Connor and Isabelle and now she’s revealed what she would say if either wanted to find their biological parents.

Nicole, 49, who has two biological children of her own with husband Keith Urban stars in the new movie Lion, which tells the emotional story of Saroo Brierley, who after having lost his family as a child is determined to find his family.

The Australian actress plays Saroo’s adoptive mother and said that she would support her kids if they wanted to find their biological family.

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Speaking to E! News, she “Yeah, of course. That’s part of my belief on adoption. If a child wants to find their birth mother, I’m absolutely supportive of that.

The actress and her husband are gearing up to celebrate their 50 birthdays within the next year, and while she brushed off the idea of a big celebration to mark the milestone, she is thinking about their daughter Faith’s.

“We’ll see. [Right now] we’re thinking about Fifi’s birthday (December 28th). She’s the next birthday on our list,” she said.
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Speaking to E! News, she “Yeah, of course. That’s part of my belief on adoption. If a child wants to find their birth mother, I’m absolutely supportive of that.

The actress and her husband are gearing up to celebrate their 50 birthdays within the next year, and while she brushed off the idea of a big celebration to mark the milestone, she is thinking about their daughter Faith’s.

“We’ll see. [Right now] we’re thinking about Fifi’s birthday (December 28th). She’s the next birthday on our list,” she said.
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