Nicole Kidman is a mom on a mission!
Sources tell RadarOnline.com exclusively that the star’s young daughters, Sunday, 10, and Faith, 7, whom she shares with husband Keith Urban, have been asking why their older adopted siblings, Bella, 25, and Connor Cruise, 23, aren’t a bigger part of their lives. Now the Aussie actress is hoping to change that.
“Nicole is trying to organize a big family get-together,” a source told RadarOnline.com. “She feels the need for some kind of connection between her four children.”
The Oscar winner — who allowed her ex Tom Cruise to raise Connor and Isabella after their 2001 divorce —has already reached out to the pair to set something up.
“As Sunday and Faith get older, Nicole sees that it’s important for them to have a chance to bond with their big brother and sister.”
As RadarOnline.com recently revealed, the road to recovery has already begun, as Nicole and Bella reconciled after the young designer kicked off her own T-shirt brand, which she christened BKC — for Bella Kidman Cruise.
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It’s the first time Bella has publicly acknowledged her mother’s last name.
“Bella and Nicole have really grown closer over the past few months. They’re both focusing on moving forward with their relationship,” a family friend told RadarOnline.com.
After Kidman and Cruise split in 2001, Bella and Connor, who were raised inside the cult, cut off ties and chose to live with their dad.
Kidman has admitted Bella and Connor don’t call her mom — and she was absent from her daughter’s 2015 wedding.
“Bella and Nicole have really grown closer over the past few months,” a family friend told RadarOnline.com. “They’re both focusing on moving forward with their relationship.”
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