Nicole Kidman's Kids With Tom Cruise Are All Grown Up — See the Latest Photos of Bella and Connor

With an Academy Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, and six Golden Globe Awards to her name, Nicole Kidman is no stranger to winning big, but it's safe to say that her children are her most prized possessions. In 2018, when Kidman took home a Golden Globe Award for best actress in a limited series or TV movie for her role in "Big Little Lies," she gave a moving speech about the power of women in light of the Time's Up movement to end sexual harassment and gender inequality. She also gave a sweet shout-out to her two daughters with husband Keith Urban, Sunday and Faith, joking that they can actually watch her since she won the first award of the night. "This means my daughters are still awake, so, Sunny and Faith, I love you," she said at the time. "I'm bringing this home to you, babies!"

In her speech, Kidman didn't thank her two older children, Connor, 28, and Isabella, 30, whom she adopted with her ex-husband, Tom Cruise (whom she was married to from 1990 to 2001). Kidman has said very little about Connor and Isabella over the years, and while she's never revealed the exact reason, it could have something to do with Scientology.

Cruise is arguably the world's most famous Scientologist, and when Kidman and Cruise divorced in 2001, Connor and Isabella, who were raised in the church, decided to live with their dad and remain devoted to their religion. Because Kidman is not a Scientologist, she is reportedly deemed an "SP," or "suppressive person," by the church, which means Scientologists should cut off all contact with them.

However, despite Kidman, Connor, and Isabella's lack of public outings, they have maintained that there is nothing but love between them. While promoting her film "Lion" in 2016, Kidman told Vanity Fair, "I'm a mother with adopted children. This movie is a love letter to my children. [My character,] Sue is deeply maternal and full of unconditional love, which is beautiful. That's why I wanted to do it. I relate to that. I feel that for my own children who are adopted. It's not about anything else other than, 'I wanted you.' It's that deep and personal, and whatever your journey is, I'm here to love and support you. That's what I connected to."

While there isn't all that much known publicly about Kidman's four children, read ahead to find out everything we do know about them.

Bella Kidman Cruise

Bella Kidman Cruise was born on Dec. 22, 1992, and was the first adopted daughter of Kidman and Cruise.

Leah Remini, who exposed the church and its leader, David Miscavige, on her show, "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath," touched on Kidman's estranged relationship with Connor and Isabella in her book, "Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology." Remini said that after attending Cruise's 2006 wedding to Katie Holmes, she was riding in a car with the siblings and asked if they had seen their mother recently, to which Isabella replied, "Not if I have a choice. Our mom is a f*cking SP."

Bella later talked about her relationship with her mom in 2012, telling New Idea (via Yahoo), "I love mom. She's my mom. She's great. I see her sometimes and I speak to her . . . I love all of our family." Then in 2016, when asked if rumors of an estrangement were true after neither Kidman nor Cruise attended her wedding to fellow Scientologist Max Parker in 2015, she told New Idea (via Yahoo), "Of course we talk, they're my parents. Anyone who says otherwise is full of sh*t."

Bella now lives in London with Parker, where she works as a hairdresser and artist.

Connor Cruise

Connor Cruise is the second adopted child of Kidman and Cruise. He was born on Jan. 17, 1995. After his adoptive parents split in 2001, he remained a member of the Church of Scientology. When Remini asked Connor about his connection to Kidman, she writes in the memoir that "Connor just looked out the window" before adding, "There was something human about his silence and the sadness I felt in it."

Since then, there appears to be nothing but love between Connor and Kidman. "I love my mum. I don't care what people say," he told Australia's Woman's Day in 2014. "I know that me and Mum are solid. I love her a lot. My family means everything."

These days, Connor, who married fellow Scientologist Silvia Zanchi in 2019, works as a DJ and enjoys deep-sea fishing. He lives in Clearwater, FL, which is located near the church's headquarters.

While the exact nature of Kidman's relationship with Connor and Isabella is still unclear, it's obvious in the few times she's talked about them that she loves them very much.

Sunday Rose Kidman Urban

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 19:  Sunday Rose Kidman Urban seen filming on location for 'The Undoing' on the Upper East Side on March 19, 2019 in New York City.  (Photo by James Devaney/GC Images)
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Kidman's daughter, Sunday Rose, whom she shares with husband Keith Urban, was born on July 7, 2008. In an interview with DuJour, Kidman shared that the teenager aspires to become a film director. "She's learned to edit, and if I even offer to be in one of her films, the sense is I'm not getting anywhere near them," Kidman jokingly told the outlet before adding that Sunday recently directed a stage production of "Annie."

Faith Margaret Kidman Urban

UNSPECIFIED: 78th Annual GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS -- Pictured in this screengrab released on February 28, (l-r) Faith Margaret Kidman-Urban, Keith Urban, and Nicole Kidman speak during at the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards broadcast on February 28, 2021. --
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In 2010, Kidman welcomed her youngest child, Faith Margaret, via surrogacy. While Sunday seems to be following in her mother's footsteps, Faith has developed a passion for music and performing. "[She] has a great musical ear," Urban shared in a recent interview with ABC Audio. "I can tell because she'll hear a melody, and go to the little piano, and figure it out by singing it and matching the notes and stuff. She's got a good ear."

Though rarely seen in public, both Sunday and Faith have appeared in season two of "Big Little Lies" as well as 2020's miniseries "The Undoing," starring their famous mother. At the 2021 Golden Globes, the entire Kidman-Urban crew appeared in the virtual audience together.