Big Little Lies” star Zoe Kravitz recently revealed some details about her dad Lenny Kravitz’s past with her HBO co-star, Nicole Kidman.

In an interview with Net-A-Porter’s “The Edit” (via US Weekly), the 28-year-old actress said that Kidman forgot she was engaged to the musician before. Kidman lived with the Kravitz family for quite some time so the actress, who played the role of Bonnie, was able to spend a lot of time with her.

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“I think Nicole forgot no one knew that. I hadn’t seen her in a long time before ‘Big Little Lies,’ but there was a point where we were all kind of living together. I was about 13, and she would take me to see movies. She was so nice to me,” she recalled.

Kidman also spoke with “The Edit” in February where she confirmed that she was previously engaged to the Kravitz patriarch. The Australian actress dated him from 2003 and 2004. “I knew Zoe because I was engaged to her father. It’s all in the family! I love Lenny. He’s a great guy,” she said.

But in “Big Little Lies,” Kravitz’s Bonnie and Kidman’s Celeste were not necessarily the best of friends. But when it was time to protect Celeste from her husband, Perry (Alexander Skarsgard), Bonnie stepped up during their fight and pushed him down the stairs. Penny was confirmed to be dead in the finale, and Bonnie started hanging out with Celeste and her peers from then on.

Meanwhile, Kravitz also opened up about the difficulties she experienced living in Miami at the age of 11 simply because of her mix-raced identity. “It was a mess. And I really didn’t fit in there. There were all these hot blonde girls with boobs, Louis Vuitton purses and cell phones, and I was a mixed-race girl with crazy kinky hair that didn’t know how to relate,” she said.

On top of this, Kravitz also struggled with the fact that her parents were so popular. She said that the problem was her parents are both so cool, but she wasn’t like that. “That’s where I get this idea that I’m really not cool – that has stuck with me forever,” she said.