On March 25, Nicole Kidman made an appearance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ to promote her upcoming film, ‘The Railway Man.’ During the interview, she referred to her daughter Sunday Urban, 5, as her ‘oldest.’ Did Nicole just make a mistake, or is she so estranged from her 21-year-old adopted daughter Isabella Cruise that she no longer mentions her?
Nicole Kidman called her daughter, Sunday Urban, 5, her oldest daughter — even though her adopted daughter, Isabella Cruise, is now 21 years old.
She says a surrogate was impregnated with her embryo. Fertility specialists tell us if you can produce a healthy egg you can carry a baby. So why didn’t she? Exclusive!
Nicole Kidman is basking in the joy of new motherhood, since welcoming a daughter, Faith, with husbandKeith Urban on December 28. And the 43-year-old star should consider herself lucky to have been able to have her own biological child, via a surrogate, because fertility specialist Shahin Ghadir, M.D. tells HollyBaby.com that her age definitely decreased her chances of getting pregnant. “For women, as they get older, it’s usually not an issue of carrying the baby but making that healthy egg,” he explains. “Most of the time it’s difficult to produce a viable egg at that age. That’s why a lot of patients over 40 have to use an egg donor.”