Actress Nicole Kidman, who went through the adoption process in the 1990s when she and then-husband Tom Cruise adopted son Connor and daughter Isabella, is now helping Isabella with the same process, In Touch has learned.
"Isabella has her heart set on giving a child a chance like she had," a source tells In Touch. "Nicole has been pivotal in the process, pouring her energy into supporting Isabella and Max [Parker, her husband]."
The actress, who once said "to stay in touch with [Isabella and Connor] is very important," paid for Isabella and Max to receive pre-adoption therapy and even sprung for a new five-bedroom house for the 25-year-old fashion designer and her IT consultant husband.
Nicole, 50, also is due to go to London (where the couple live) later this month to see them, the source reveals: "She will help them finalize papers and oversee everything, as well as give as much emotional support as she can."