Nominee for an Oscar for her role in the drama "Rabbit Hole" Nicole Kidman in the program 60 Minutes at Australia's Channel Nine Network said about feelings that she has experienced after the birth of her second child.
43-year-old actress and her husband, musician Keith Urban in January 2011 announced the birth of their second daughter, Faith Margaret from a surrogate mother on Dec. 28, 2010 in the USA.
Kidman, who was present at birth, described her experiences as "deeply emotional and touching."
"To give birth by myself and then ... see how your second child is born this way ... I felt love for our surrogate mother ... this is a beautiful woman, has made so much for us".
"We desperately wanted a second child, but I could not get pregnant and then had this opportunity. I am overwhelmed with emotions even when I say this because I feel deep gratitude for this woman."
"Anyone who struggled with infertility, are familiar frustration, pain and sense of loss ... it is such a serious problem."
"The struggle with infertility reminded me a roller coaster."
Attempts to become pregnant from Tom Cruise have failed. After seven years after divorce in July 2008, actress married with Urban and gave birth to daughter Sunday Rose.
Kidman and Cruise have adopted two children - Isabella and Connor, who are now 18 and 16, respectively. Teens live in the U.S. with their father and stepmother Katie Holmes.
"I have a special relationship with them, because they do not live with us. But I would like them to come and lived with us too".
At that time, as Kidman does not exclude the possibility of becoming a mother again, she suspects that her husband has another point of view on this question.
"I think if you ask Keith if he wants another child, he will reply negatively".
"We love what we have."