Bella Cruise on her relationship with estranged parents Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman

Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman did not attend their daughter Isabella's wedding last year but the newlywed insists they are not as estranged as reports suggest.

The 23-year-old told the latest issue of New Idea magazine that despite removing herself from the celebrity world that her A-list parents are a part of and setting up home in London with British husband, Max Parker, 29, she maintains a relationship with them.

"Of course [we talk], they're my parents," she says, before declaring anyone who says otherwise is "full of s***".

Bella, a hair and make-up artist, said her "I dos" to the IT consultant at the five-star Dorchester Hotel in London last September.  

Neither actor attended, despite US-based Nicole being in London on the day of the wedding, September 18, rehearsing for role in the West End stage play, Photograph 51, where she played British scientist Rosalind Franklin.

Only a handful of friends were at the nuptials where the bride wore a white lace mini dress. Her bridesmaids, friends from the Vidal Sassoon Academy where she studied, wore pink pant suits.

Living with her husband in the working class suburb of Croydon, Bella doesn't plan on starting a family just yet. 

I'm 23, so we'll see [when the time is right to start a family]. I'm still a baby myself!"

Bella and her 21-year-old brother, Connor, were adopted in 1992 and 1995 respectively by Nicole and Tom.

The pair divorced in 2001 and both Connor and Bella stayed living with the Top Gun star, who is a devout Scientologist.

Bella did not attend the funeral of her grandfather, Anthony Kidman, who died suddenly of a heart attack in 2014. She has also not been pictured with her mother since around 2006.

But the Australian actor, who is now married to New Zealand-born, country crooner Keith Urban, told DuJour magazine she keeps in regular contact with her children.

"I have four children, so to stay in touch with them, it's very important," she said. The 48-year-old shares daughters Sunday, 7, and Faith, 5, with Urban. "I'm definitely engaged in [texting] but I don't let it rule my life," Nicole said.

She also spoke about her two oldest children in an interview with The Australian Women's Weekly last year. "They are generous, kind and hardworking," she said. "And these are traits that I love to see in my children."