Nicole Kidman is one of the most famous faces in Hollywood, but while her career is full of happy times, her personal life isn't, especially when it comes to her children.
The famous actress shares a son, Connor, and a daughter, Isabella, with ex-husband Tom Cruise, but their relationship is very strained.
During an interview with the Who, Kidman shared that, even though she loved her children, they are adults and are capable of making their own decisions.
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The Oscar-winning actress hasn't had much contact with her children ever since they decided to follow their father and join the Church of Scientology.
But, despite their choice, Kidman said that she still loves them and it's her job as a mother to always be there for them whenever they need, even if they don't realize it.
LOVE AND ACCEPTANCE
The 51-year-old is a firm believer in tolerance, and that parents should supporter their children no matter what they decided to do with their lives.
For the actress, being available for them is a crucial part of being a parent, and even though she is not fond of the Scientology faith, she accepts them nonetheless.
HER DUTY AS A MOTHER
Kidman, who was married to Cruise from 1990 to 2001, has always been very private about her relationship with 23-year-old Connor and 25-year-old Isabella.
According to her, as a mother, she feels the need to protect their relationship and knows that she would give up her life for them because that 'is her purpose.'
ALWAYS ON THE MOVE
Aside from her personal life, the actress has been quite busy with her own projects; she recently starred in the movie "Destroyer", in which the plays the role of a worn down cop.
She looked completely unrecognizable in the film, sporting gray hair that framed her exhausted face while staring menacingly at the camera.