In addition to talking about her experience playing Woolf, Nicole Kidman took the opportunity to refer to the episodes she went through in relation to mental health, ensuring that throughout her life she has “deepened and passed through many different landscapes of mental health, of loss, of joy,” and said that now she is much more “aware” of time and that she is close to “some of the greatest minds in the world”.
On the end of her marriage to Tom Cruise, with whom she has two adopted children, Bella and Connor, Nicole Kidman already spoke in an interview in 2012 in Who magazine, in which she admitted that she had to find her way “through depression”. And that that experience was part of her “growth”.
Nicole Kidman also explained that part of that state was due to her thinking that she would never be able to have a biological child after fertility treatment failed and suffer several miscarriages and an ectopic pregnancy.
However, in 2008, the actress, already linked to her current partner, singer Keith Urban, gave birth to their daughter Sunday Rose. In 2010, they both became parents to another girl, Faith Margaret, born through a surrogate.
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