Nicole Kidman Reveals Where Fans Will See Her Daughters During Their 'Big Little Lies' Cameos

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Nicole Kidman has revealed how 'Big Little Lies' fans will get to see a glimpse of her daughters on the show.

Nicole Kidman has revealed where exactly in Big Little Lies season two, fans will get a glimpse of her daughters.

The 51-year-old actress sat down for an interview with Good Morning America that aired on Friday to chat about the hit HBO show, and her girls' cameos. She previously revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last October that her daughters -- 10-year-old Sunday and 8-year-old Faith -- were extras while filming this past season.

"You see them fleetingly in the classroom scenes," Kidman spilled on GMA.

Kidman agreed that it was a proud mom moment, and talked about how special it was for her girls to come on set.

"Yes, and I've always said this, there's something wonderful about bringing your children to work, and them seeing what you do, and them being a part of it, and being interested and curious and feeling like it's theirs as well," she explained.

On Wednesday, Kidman took to Instagram to share a rare photo of her hugging Sunday and Faith, though she didn't show their faces. "I am nothing without the love of my family," she captioned the mother-daughter moment.

Back in November, Kidman's co-star, Zoe Kravitz, shared with ET what it was like to have Sunday and Faith on the Big Little Lies set. 

“Yeah, they’re around a lot and I sometimes can’t tell when they’re actually in a scene or just hanging out,” she said. “But they’re so sweet and really, really smart. You can tell they were raised by Nicole Kidman.”

ET also spoke with Kidman at the Big Little Lies premiere in New York City on Wednesday, where she gushed about husband Keith Urban's constant support, especially while she was filming such emotional scenes for the HBO show. Kidman's character, Celeste Wright, in Big Little Lies is a victim of domestic abuse.

"I have the most extraordinary partner in life," she said. "I will always say that about him. I'm one of the very fortunate women in the world to have had a wonderful father, and I have a wonderful husband, and I'm just very -- I love to be able to say that, because to talk about the good men that have influenced me and affected me."