Kidman and Cruise received collectively after assembly on the set of “Days of Thunder.” The actors married simply six months after the film got here out in 1990 and remained collectively for greater than a decade earlier than lastly splitting in 2001.
Usually, each are shy about commenting on the tip of their marriage. Nonetheless, chatting with Harper’s Bazaar for its upcoming October situation, Kidman was prepared to debate the immense media scrutiny their relationship invited within the Nineties.
The outlet reviews that Kidman’s performing profession began to be eclipsed by all the eye surrounding her private life and marriage. Nonetheless, trying again now, she sees solely her culpability within the media narrative.
“I used to be younger. I feel I provided it up?” she instructed the interviewer with fun. “Perhaps I’ve gotten a bit extra trepidatious, however I’m at all times making an attempt to be as open as doable. I simply favor to stay on this planet that manner.”
She added: “I’m cautious at occasions, and I’ve been damage, however on the similar time I a lot favor a heat strategy moderately than a prickly shutdown strategy.”
Kidman went on to notice that the expertise left her coronary heart “open” when she lastly met her now-husband, nation singer Keith Urban.
“My husband, Keith, says that when he met me, he stated, ‘How’s your coronary heart?’ And I apparently responded, ‘Open,’” the Emmy and Oscar-winner concluded.
City and Kidman, 54, met throughout an occasion in 2005 and City stated he knew the “Nine Perfect Strangers” actress would in the future develop into his spouse. The pair have been inseparable ever since.
Lately, the singer, opened up about their engagement whereas revisiting the place where it happened, New York Metropolis, on the “Right this moment” present. He famous that he popped the query someplace alongside the Hudson River.
“She’s simply the one, that was it,” he stated on Dax Shepard’s podcast, “Armchair Professional,” final 12 months. “She’s the one which I used to be looking for my complete life, and every part not solely modified, however needed to change in me if I used to be going to go that highway. It felt like an final fork-in-the-road second in my life. It was actually like, ‘You both get this proper now, or you’re by no means, ever going to get it proper. That is your one shot.'”