Nicole Kidman has been quite the leader in Hollywood most thus, in fact, that one in all her daughters is already puzzling over following a career in the diversion.
“The stories that women are telling and the way in which we’re doing it creates opportunities for not only our generation but the generations to come,” the 50-year-old actress told pal Naomi Watts in an interview for TIME‘s 100 most influential people in the world.
“And I’m raising a bit woman that’s showing a stimulating in directive right away,” adds Kidman, who shares daughters Faith Margaret, 7, and Sunday Rose, 9½, with husband Keith Urban. “I need her to own a path for that.”
Kidman’s influence in creating a modification for girls goes back to her own childhood in Australia, where her mother took her to the Women’s Electoral Lobby an organization, according to its web site, that is “dedicated to creating a society where women’s participation and their ability to full-fill their potential are unrestricted, acknowledged and respected and where women and men share equally in society’s responsibilities and rewards.”
“I was really little, but I gleaned things even then, and there was a huge room of women that were making changes,” says the star. “I remember it. And so much of it is about passing it on.”
Of her huge very little Lies team Kidman took home multiple awards, including an Emmy, for her role as Celeste Wright in the HBO drama’s first season, the actress says, “So much of what we’ve built comes from our friendships.”
“It’s a group of women that are going, ‘I want to support you,’ and all of us,” she has an admiration of her relationship with her female co-stars, including Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Zoe Kravitz, and Laura Dern.
“We’ve remained unbelievably loyal to every alternative no one’s been able to separate the United States, that I’m terribly happy with,” Kidman continues, adding with amusing.