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Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban: 'We don't need to renew our wedding vows'

Published 18/04/2016

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

The couple lives by its marriage vows everyday.

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban don't feel the need to renew their vows because their marriage is stronger than ever.

The couple is preparing to celebrate its 10th wedding anniversary in June (16), but despite reports suggesting the two will renew their vows, they plan to keep the celebration more low key.

"I read that, too," Keith told People.com at the debut of her film The Family Fang on Saturday (16Apr16). "I don't know where they get half of this stuff from. No (that's not happening)."

"We don't need to," Nicole added. "The vows are strong, we keep them."

"They're daily in the sense of action, as opposed to being recited," Keith continued. "I like to think of showing those on a daily basis."

One of the ways the couple keeps its relationship strong is to travel back-and-forth during work obligations to be together. Nicole recently revealed they have vowed to not spend more than five days apart.

"We fly all over the world (to see one another)," Nicole said. "But not out of obligation, just because I like him."

"Out of want," Keith chimed in. "It's a short life, too, you know. It really is."

Keith, who shares daughters Sunday and Faith with Nicole, recently professed his love for his wife in his song titled Sun Don't Let Me Down.

"In the end of the first verse, it actually references my wife," he told Rolling Stone magazine. "She's in a movie called To Die For and in one scene she's dancing in front of the headlights (of a car). So the lyric goes, 'There in the headlights, dancing like she's in a movie scene. To die for, and she's killing me'."

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