Accepting the award in front of her husband Keith Urban, the actress thanked her two young daughters – Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret.
“Sunny, Faith, I love you. I’m bringing this home to you babies,” she said.
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At the time, the 51-year-old’s acceptance speech led to a flurry of questions from fans and the media alike.
While Kidman had thanked her two youngest children in her speech, many questioned why she had failed to mention her two oldest children – 26-year-old Isabella and 24-year-old Connor – who she shares with her ex-husband Tom Cruise.
Now, amid rumours that Tom Cruise’s children were “indoctrinated against Nicole Kidman”, the actress’ relationship with her adoptive children is back in the spotlight once again.
The rumours of a rift between Nicole Kidman and her two eldest children first began when she separated from her former husband Tom Cruise in 2001.
At the time, their kids – who had been raised in the Church of Scientology – chose to stay with their father.
In the years following their separation, it’s been claimed on multiple occasions that the Church of Scientology caused a significant fracture in Kidman’s relationship with her adopted children.
In Steve Cannane’s book Fair Game: The Incredible Untold Story of Scientology in Australia, it’s alleged that after Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman’s relationship ended, the Church of Scientology tried to turn Nicole’s children against her.