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Nicole Kidman gave some brief details about her marriage and subsequent divorce to Tom Cruise.

Kidman and Cruise reunited after meeting on the set of “Days of Thunder”. The actors married in 1990, just six months after the film came out and were together for over a decade before separating in 2001.


Usually both shy away from commenting on the end of their marriage. However, talking to Harper’s Bazaar For his upcoming October issue, Kidman was invited to the 1990s to discuss the immense media scrutiny of their relationship.

The outlet reports that Kidman’s acting career began to be eclipsed by all the attention surrounding her personal life and marriage. However, looking back now, she sees only her guilty in the media narrative.

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“I was young. I think I introduced it?” He laughed at the interviewer. “Maybe I’m a little more nervous, but I’m always trying to be as open as possible. I just love being in the world that way.”

She said: “I’m wary at times, and I’ve been hurt, but at the same time I prefer a warm-up approach rather than a prickly shutdown approach.”

Kidman went on to say that the experience left her heart “open” when she finally met her husband, country singer Keith Urban.

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“My husband, Keith, says that when he met me, he said, ‘How’s your heart?’ And I answered frankly, ‘Open,'” the Emmy and Oscar winner concluded.

Nicole Kidman, left, and Keith Urban arrive at the 54th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, April 7, 2019 in Las Vegas.

Urban and Kidman, 54, met at an event in 2005, and Urban said he knew the “Nine Perfect Strangers” actress would one day become his wife. The pair has been inseparable since then.

Recently, the singer opened up about her engagement in New York City on the “Today” show at the location where it took place. He notes that he raised the question somewhere along the Hudson River.

“He’s just the one, that was it,” he said. Dax Shepard’s podcast, “Armchair Expert,” last year. “He’s the one I’ve been searching for all my life, and everything not only changed, but had to change in me if I was going down that road. It was a final fork-in-the-road moment in my life.” It felt like. It was literally like, ‘Either you get it now, or you’re never going to get it right. It’s your one shot.'”