Nicole Kidman does not want to have more children with Keith Urban

The couple have two daughters, Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret.

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
Nicole Kidman and musician Keith Urban arrive at the 2016 CMT Music Awards in Nashville, Tennessee U.S. June 8, 2016 Reuters

Nicole Kidman has opened up about wanting to have more children. The 49-year-old Academy Award winning star does not want another baby.

During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, she said: "I would have loved to, if I would have had more kids, but I think I'm past that point now. But I'm very thrilled with what I have -- my husband says, 'Let's just enjoy what we have!'"

Keith Urban and Kidman have been married for nearly ten years and have two daughters, Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret. Kidman was previously married to Tom Cruise and divorced him in August 2001 after 11 years of marriage. The actress adopted two children with Cruise while they were married.

Previously, Kidman gushed about her happy marriage to Urban. She told People: "Just love. Just love each other, lavish each other with love. Also we just happen to like each other too. That works."

Adding on, during an appearance on Channel Nine's The Today Show, Urban revealed he is upset with the break-up rumours. He said: "People make up the most insane crap, and we kind of just roll with it."

"It does [annoy me], I want to live our life together, and the fact we live somewhere where we're not being photographed all the time - it makes it possible for people to make up that stuff because you're not always there to defend it," he added.

"But then you get angry, 'Like why do I have to defend this?' The people who come and see us they don't read that stuff. It is gibberish," the multi-Grammy Award winner said.