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Kidman wants home to include oldest

NICOLE Kidman hopes her adopted children will live with her again.

The Australian actress - who has daughter Isabella, 18, and son Connor, 16, with ex-husband Tom Cruise - admits she would love it if the teenagers asked to move to the home she shares with husband Keith Urban and their daughters Sunday Rose, two, and Faith Margaret, two months.

Nicole said: "It's so different because they don't live with us, but I would love them to come and live with us at some stage.

"They're teenagers, they're in a whole different place."

Though Nicole and Keith, both 43, are happy with their family, the 'Rabbit Hole' star admits she would still like to have more kids, but she accepts that may not happen.

She added in an interview on Australian TV show '60 Minutes': "I never say never. If you ask Keith, he'd be like 'No,' but my sister's got five kids. Keith's like, 'You're not going to be like your sister, are you?' I'm at an age now where it's very hard to have a child when you're 43. We love what we have."

Nicole has previously admitted she is saddened by her elder children's decision to live with their father, his wife Katie Holmes and their four-year-old daughter Suri, but wouldn't fight their choice.

She said: "They live with Tom, which was their choice. I'd love them to live with us, but what can you do?"

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