NICOLE Kidman thanked all of her children during her Best Actress acceptance speech at the Critics’ Choice Awards.
She made the point after she was berated for failing to mention her adopted children Isabella and Connor Cruise at the Golden Globes on Monday.
Nicole shares two daughters, Sunday and Faith, with husband Keith Urban, and Connor and Isabella with ex-husband Tom.
Picking up her gong for her role in Big Little Lies, Nicole said: “I want to thank all of my children who show me so much love.”
“I love being an actor Thank you for letting me do it all the way through to this age and beyond. It really is an incredible honour.”
She was slammed by viewers at the Golden Globes for the apparent snub.
Nicole said in her speech: “First cab off the rank, that means my daughters are still awake so Sunny, Faith I love you. I'm bringing this home to you babies.”
One angry fan told her: “Nicole Kidman’s continued refusal to acknowledge that she has more than two children seriously makes me sick.”
A second irate viewer tweeted: “Just an FYI…Nicole Kidman has 4 children and this is the second time she has made reference at a win to her two daughters.”
It comes just months after the actress was lambasted by Emmy Awards viewers, who were unhappy that she seemingly “snubbed” her two adopted children again during her Outstanding Lead Actress acceptance speech.
She told the star-studded crowd: “I have two little girls – Sunnie and Faith. And my darling Keith who I asked to help me pursue this artistic path. And they have sacrificed so much for it.
“So this is yours. I just want my two little girls to have this on their shelf…”
There has previously been speculation that there's a tragic reason behind her inability to talk about Connor and Isabella and reports suggest it's linked to her divorce from Hollywood superstar Tom.
Tom is the most high-profile member of the Church of Scientology, and both Connor and Isabella are believed to have been brought up in the faith.
Reports have stated that when the Hollywood couple divorced in 2001, it split the family apart.
The kids stayed with the Top Gun actor and are said to have remained as members of the church.
Multiple reports suggest that when a Scientologist leaves, they are often cut off from their families and labelled a "suppressive person" or "SP".
Actress Leah Remini, 45, who left Scientology in 2013 after 30 years as a member, reiterated the allegation in her book, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology.
Nicole left the church before her and Leah stated that the movie star had been declared an "SP".
Leah, whose claims were denied by church leaders, wrote: "While I stared at the dark ceiling at night, unable to sleep, I would say to myself, 'Remember Nicole Kidman'.
"She was declared an SP and left the church, and she’s doing okay. Her career is still going, and she has a husband and family… Just remember Nicole Kidman. She left and she’s okay…"
Nicole has refused to talk about the religion or her family ties in recent years, but she is said to have been absent from many of her kids' life events including Isabella's wedding in London in 2015.
The closest she has come to talking about her reported estrangement from the kids was when she was promoting her film Lion in 2016.
She addressed her relationship with her adopted children in an interview with Town & Country magazine.
Nicole said: "I can see now, for Lion, that it was important to me because I’m a mother with adopted children…
"This movie is a love letter to my children."