Nicole Kidman discusses the “most traumatic part” of being away from her children.
In a new interview, NICOLE KIDMAN discusses being away from her children for work, stating that it is the “most heartbreaking element” of her profession.
Working during the coronavirus outbreak, Nicole Kidman says, forced her to spend more time away from her children than she would have otherwise. Due to “tight measures” put in place to avoid the spread of COVID-19, the award-winning actress, who is making waves on TV screens as well as in theaters, was not allowed to bring her children to the set of her latest show.
Nicole has been working on a new project for Amazon Prime after winning a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award for her role in the television mini-series Big Little Lies.
She is not only one of the executive producers of Nine Perfect Strangers, but she also acts in the show.
Masha Dmitrichenko, an unconventional leader at a wellness resort, is played by the actress in the series, which also stars Melissa McCarthy and Luke Evans.
Due to lockdown constraints, it was shot in Australia rather than America during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Australian actress traveled to Byron Bay with the rest of the cast and crew to film the miniseries, which, like Big Little Lies, is based on Liane Moriarty’s books.
“You really couldn’t bring children to set with all of the protocols in place,” the 54-year-old remarked of the experience, “but I generally have kids with me a lot.”
“They watch the filming and occasionally appear on the show, but there were strong limits in place during the pandemic, so that didn’t happen.
She told Radio Times, “That’s been one of the most unpleasant elements of the work recently.”
Nicole and her husband Keith Urban have two children, Sunday, 13, and Faith, ten.
During her former marriage to Tom Cruise, she adopted Bella, 28, and Connor, 26.
Nicole’s youngest children recently had the opportunity to star in one of her television shows, following in the footsteps of their creative mother.
When she acted alongside Hugh Grant in the 2020 series The Undoing, they portrayed schoolchildren.
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The sisters were thrilled with their parts, according to the actor, who spoke to News.com.au. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”