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Nicole Kidman shares her kids' amusing reaction to her tearing up about her Oscar nomination

She was in tears upon hearing the news of her Oscar nomination for portrayal of Lucille Ball in in Being the Ricardos.

But Nicole Kidman has revealed that not all of her family members were impressed by the news, during an interview on the US talk show The View on Friday.

The Australian actress recalled the moment she began crying after getting a Facetime call informing her of the award nomination before her daughters Sunday Rose, 13, and Faith Margaret, 11, gave a less enthusiastic response to the news. 

Reaction: Nicole Kidman has shared her kids' amusing reaction to her tearing up after finding out about her Oscar nomination. Pictured on the US talk show The View on Friday

Reaction: Nicole Kidman has shared her kids' amusing reaction to her tearing up after finding out about her Oscar nomination. Pictured on the US talk show The View on Friday

Reaction: Nicole Kidman has shared her kids’ amusing reaction to her tearing up after finding out about her Oscar nomination. Pictured on the US talk show The View on Friday

‘I’m like, whaaaat? I mean it’s like there was so much emotion attached to it that I didn’t realise I was carrying, and I just looked around, tears are coming down,’ Nicole, 54, began. 

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‘And my kids looked at me like, ‘Wow, congrats mum, anyway we’re going to be late, we gotta get going’.’

Nicole was nominated for best actress for her performance as Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos – her fifth Oscar nomination overall and her first since 2016 when she was nominated for best supporting actress in Lion. 

Family moment: The actress recalled the moment she began crying after getting thecall about the nomination before her daughters gave a less enthusiastic response to the news. Pictured with husband Keith Urban and daughters Sunday Rose, 13, and Faith Margaret, 11, at the Golden Globes

Family moment: The actress recalled the moment she began crying after getting thecall about the nomination before her daughters gave a less enthusiastic response to the news. Pictured with husband Keith Urban and daughters Sunday Rose, 13, and Faith Margaret, 11, at the Golden Globes

Family moment: The actress recalled the moment she began crying after getting thecall about the nomination before her daughters gave a less enthusiastic response to the news. Pictured with husband Keith Urban and daughters Sunday Rose, 13, and Faith Margaret, 11, at the Golden Globes

She told The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday that she broke down in tears after receiving the news.

‘I literally cried. I just can’t believe it,’ she said. 

‘This was the hardest thing I have ever done and so I didn’t realise how much emotion I was holding on to.’

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She added that: ‘The older you get, the sweeter and the more intense it is… I don’t know about getting more mellow because that is so not the case. I am elated.’

'I just can't believe it': Nicole revealed on Wednesday she 'literally cried' after being nominated for an Oscar for her portrayal of Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos

'I just can't believe it': Nicole revealed on Wednesday she 'literally cried' after being nominated for an Oscar for her portrayal of Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos

‘I just can’t believe it’: Nicole revealed on Wednesday she ‘literally cried’ after being nominated for an Oscar for her portrayal of Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos

Earlier on Wednesday, Nicole shared a lengthy Instagram post thanking the Academy for recognising her hard work. 

Uploading a series of photos of herself in character as Lucille, Nicole wrote: ‘WOW! I’m so overwhelmed… What a beautiful way to find out. 

‘This was the hardest role I’ve ever done and to be honoured this way is deeply appreciated.

‘Lucille Ball is one of Hollywood’s greatest icons. She was ahead of her time. From actress to producer to studio head, mother and wife, she’s an extraordinary inspiration! Thank you Lucille Ball.’

Nicole thanked the cast and crew on the film, as well as director Aaron Sorkin, and said they all deserve the Oscars recognition.  

Nicole has previously won Best Actress for The Hours at the 2003 Academy Awards.

'This was the hardest role I've ever done': Earlier on Wednesday, Nicole uploaded an Instagram post thanking the Academy for recognising her hard work. Pictured in Being the Ricardos

'This was the hardest role I've ever done': Earlier on Wednesday, Nicole uploaded an Instagram post thanking the Academy for recognising her hard work. Pictured in Being the Ricardos

‘This was the hardest role I’ve ever done’: Earlier on Wednesday, Nicole uploaded an Instagram post thanking the Academy for recognising her hard work. Pictured in Being the Ricardos 

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