Nicole Kidman's children don't want any more siblings.
The 'Paddington' star may be keen to have another child but she has revealed that her two youngest children - Sunday, 6 and Faith, 4 - are keener on getting a canine friend than a younger sister or brother.
She told E! News: "No, they don't want any competition.
"I asked them if they wanted [that] and they were like 'No, we're fine, actually.' But they want a dog."
The 47-year-old actress - who also has Isabella, 21, and 19-year-old Connor, who she adopted with her ex-husband Tom Cruise - is keen on adding to her brood and recently revealed that she wishes she were pregnant all the time.
She said: "I hope every month I am pregnant but I never am. I would be jumping for joy, but it wont happen I'm 47."
However, her husband Keith Urban may not be so enamoured with the idea.
She said: "He might not be jumping for joy! I'm baby crazy. I love babies...kids."
Meanwhile, Nicole Kidman recently admitted that her daughters wouldn't be following in her footsteps.
When asked if they would be joining the film industry when they're older, she said: "I think they would actually run the other way!
"[Acting] was just my desire and my motivation, and I don't see that in Sunday or Faith. They're like, 'Nope, we're not interested.'"
The two young girls already have their own careers mapped out already.
She added: "Sunday wants to be a vet right now and a party planner. Then she says she wants to be a stay-at-home mom and have eight children. I think that's her way of saying to me, 'Stay at home!'"