Nicole Kidman refuses to Google herself.
The ‘Lion’ star has insisted she won’t ever search for herself online but admits to using the search engine’s Earth section to view her own back garden.
She told Variety magazine: "I love where technology is taking us, but you need a balance. I love nature, and I love the slow life as well. The instant gratification of technology can mean you’re missing out on life."
And the 49-year-old actress most likely doesn’t have the time to surf the web as she previously revealed she is always looking after her family.
Nicole – who has Isabella, 23, and Connor, 21, with her ex-husband Tom Cruise and Faith, five, and Sunday, eight, with her spouse Keith Urban – said: "I still have a very strong relationship with them. I feel maternal to most people. In my family, I’m very much the caretaker. My husband always says, ‘You can’t save the world, Nicole,’ but I think it’s just an inherent part of me.
"The love is abundant, and it doesn’t just evaporate or disappear – it’s just there, and it is a bottomless well. It will always be there, which is a beautiful thing to say to a child, ‘You’ll never be abandoned. The love will always be there for you.’ It’s an important thing to hear that as a child. I beyond need it. Yes, I still need the acknowledgment."
And Nicole believes feeling love for a child is the "most intense, profound, deeply felt thing" anyone could feel.
She added: "The love for a child is the most intense, profound, deeply felt thing that will ever transpire through your body to another human being. It’s cataclysmic. It changes you. The sensations and the power of it. I mean, you see cars are lifted."