Nicole Kidman's Older Kids Send Her A Totally Impersonal Baby Gift—So Weird!

Fri, January 28, 2011 12:36pm EST by 8 Comments

You’d think Isabella and Connor would fly down to Nashville to meet their new baby sister. Nope, they just sent a gift!

To celebrate the birth of Nicole Kidman‘s new daughter, Faith Margaret, born via a surrogate on Dec. 28, her adopted children with ex-husband Tom Cruise, Isabella, 18, and Connor, 16, sent her a gift basket filled with designer baby gifts. Apparently Nicole was brought to tears—we would be, too if our grown children thought a hamper full of goodies was better than actually meeting their new sibling!

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“Nicole was over the moon as it was, but to receive this recognition from Bella and Connor was the icing on the cake,” a source tells British magazine Closer. “She said she shed a few tears at the gesture, and that suddenly it seems as though everything is complete.”

Don’t get me wrong, it’s a beautiful gesture —from your colleagues from the office! Bella and Connor, this is the woman who cared for you and raised you. Don’t you think you’ve put her through enough by leaving her to live with your dad and his new family, Katie Holmes and Suri in California?

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“Nicole’s favorite cupcakes were wrapped in tissue paper, there was a mobile from Pottery Barn, plus a voucher for American Girl Place written out to Sunday,” the source adds. “It was so thoughtful.” Thoughtful, yes, but why weren’t they there? Bella and Connor were apparently in the delivery room when Katie welcomed now 4-year-old Suri. They couldn’t fly to Nashville to be by Nicole’s side as a surrogate delivered her new baby? What do you think, HollyMoms?

–Leigh Blickley

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Posted at 8:22 PM on January 24, 2013  

Why would you choose to live in Australia if your young children live in LA. Would Nicole leave her 2 current young children the same way? She never even talks about her adopted children- it’s very very sad- maybe they are better off without her. If my mother moved across the country and across the world ‘because a religion pushed her out’ when I was 6 or 8 years old, there would be little love lost. Mothers have done amazing things to guide and parent their children and sadly saying ‘I don’t get to LA much so I don’t see them often’ as a multi-millionaire is a little sad.

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Posted at 9:40 AM on August 21, 2013  

She lives in the same country as they do, she does not live in Australia.

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Posted at 6:34 PM on July 7, 2012  

they obviously take after their father! (and that isn’t a compliment).

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Diane G.

Posted at 3:16 PM on February 1, 2011  

Sadly, these children have been brainwashed by the Scientology cult. However, I do believe that Ms. Kidman should have fought for her children years ago. I am certain that she appreciates and understands that their lives have been controlled by this so called church and that she knew that it was not in their best interest. I have no doubt that had she gone to court and fought for custody when they were younger, she would have gained custody of her children. She states many times that the children are older and are with their father by choice, but when she and Tom Cruise divorced the children were very young and would not have had a say in the matter. I have no respect for a father that does not encourage the children to have a relationship with their mother. Mr. Cruise seems to be a very controlling person. Sad situation for these children.

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Posted at 4:32 AM on January 31, 2011  

This seems kinda of sad. Not because of the gift the kids sent her is particularly bad, but because this is yet another news story that seems to point to the fact that they aren’t very close to their mother, or she to them. I mean, if you think about it Nicole and Tom have been divorced for about 10 or 11 years, that would mean that Bella was about 8 and Conner about 6 at the time of separation. They have been mainly raised by Tom. When was the last time she was with her older kids I wonder? Bella still being a very young lady would probably benefit from time with her mom. Anyway, I do wish them all the best!

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Posted at 3:45 PM on January 29, 2011  

please, everybody knows that since Nicole left the cult, her kids were gone!! Those kids are brainwashed since the day they were born, personally I’m surprised they even sent a present!

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Posted at 2:25 PM on January 28, 2011  

Oh, come on….they’re TEENAGERS! A teeny newborn is only interesting for about 10 minutes when you are that age. They are probably very busy with high school and their own friends and activities.

As far as them being in the delivery room when Suri was born, I sure hope that’s not true, but if it is, it was probably because Tom insisted.

The gift basket sounds nice, and as though they put some personal thought into it – even including something for big sister, Sunday.

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Posted at 1:05 PM on January 28, 2011  

I find it very sad! I can’t imagine the older children not wanting to be a part of both parents lives…..but I also think it is a personal matter and the public, I’m sure, is only hearing pieces of what is really happening, so be careful to rush to judgement….wishing all of them the very best!

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