The actress admits she can’t compete with their fashion sense
Nicole Kidman admitted that she is constantly taking style advice from her children and it’s never been the other way around. The star says she is very grateful for the knowledge they possess and their overall fashion sense.
She told People magazine: “My kids were like, ‘Where are you going?’ I said, ‘To get a style award.’ They were like, ‘What?'”
Asked whether she helps her children with their outfits, she replied: “No! They give me it.”
She went on to reveal her mother enjoyed making her clothes as a child.
“My mom made all my clothes when I was a little girl and then when I got bigger I suddenly had people like Lagerfeld and Tom Ford and Alexander McQueen and Galliano making clothes for me and I get to wear those extraordinary things. It’s kind of amazing. That’s like fairytale stuff right?
It was a train wreck when I was 10, 11, 12 … But I was really into chill skirts and ankle boots and all that sort of stuff.
So I think I’ve just evolved as I’ve grown up. And now I probably have a far more, I would say, classical style with a bit of a twist.”
And the star had previously admitted that playing with her children brings back the child in her.
Regarding her spare time, she added: “With an hour free, it depends. I love getting down on the floor and playing with my kids. I read an article that says it’s so important to actually get down on their level and play with them for an hour a day. So I do that, and I love that. It brings back the child in me.”