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''

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!'''