Nicole & Keith’s baby secret!

The happy couple are hoping to adopt a baby boy.
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Mother-of-four Nicole Kidman has been hoping for more kids ever since the birth of her youngest, Faith, 10 years ago. Since then, she’s told anyone who’ll listen that she’s not giving up on her dream of becoming a mum one more time!

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New Idea can reveal Nicole and hubby Keith Urban, both 53, “have been inspired” to begin the process of adoption, and are working with agencies for the perfect baby boy to join their family.

The actress’s latest role in the thriller The Undoing is said to have opened up Nicole to playing mum again, after working with babies and kids on set. Recently, a fan shared an adorably intimate picture to Instagram of Nicole cuddling a baby boy, who starred in the hit series.

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Nicole Kidman’s cluckiness went into overdrive after being surrounded by babies on the set of The Undoing. (Credit: Supplied)

“Nicole took one look at that baby during casting and melted,” says a source from the set. “She told anyone within earshot she would love a baby boy and it’s been her husband’s dream to have a son ever since they met.”

According to a source close to the Big Little Lies star, Nicole has talked about wanting a boy for some time, naming him Antony Robert after her and Keith’s dads, who both sadly died within a year of each other.

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Nicole and Keith hope to name a son after her dad Antony and his dad Robert. (Credit: Getty)

Despite the couple currently residing in Australia, where Nicole has just finished filming her new series, Nine Perfect Strangers, the source reveals the pair will likely return to America to began the adoption process.

“They’re looking to proceed with a formal adoption when they return to the US, likely toward the end of the year,” shares the insider. 

The source adds: “It’s easier to adopt in America than it is here, so they’ll look to head back to Nashville once things calm down with the virus and political landscape … they’d prefer not to leave things too much longer.”

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