Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman may be superstars, but when they're at home with their daughters, Suday, 10, and Faith, 8, they're simply mom and dad. In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Kidman shed some light on how she and Urban are raising their daughters to have boundaries and value family time.
Kidman says her daughters don't have phones and aren't allowed to have their own social media accounts.
"They don't have a phone and I don't allow them to have an Instagram," Kidman told Vanity Fair. "I try to keep some sort of boundaries."
The Big Little Lies actor also says she and Urban regularly attend church with their daughters.
"That's how we are raising our children. Keith has his own beliefs but he comes, too," Kidman tells the magazine. "I had a very Catholic grandmother, and I was raised praying, so that had massive impact. I wouldn't say it's absolutism, there's constant questioning--I'm a willful, feisty girl. For me it's very important that I don't have judgment. My dad would always say, 'Tolerance is the most important thing.'"
While both Sunday and Faith are artistically inclined, the couple is letting them make their own decisions about their future.
"You can't really get kids into anything, I've realized," Kidman says. "You can push them a bit, but motivation is a really hard thing. I mean, nobody motivated me to be an actor; if anything they tried to deter me."
The Academy Award-winning actor also dished on life as a "tour wife" and adds that she can quickly memorize Urban's tour schedule
"I love that Keith is a guitar player and a singer, but his passion is guitar and writing music," Kidman told Vanity Fair. "That's what I'm around every day."
Urban and Kidman married in 2006 in a ceremony in Sydney, Australia.