Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 20 April 2014

Nicole Kidman: I'm best in relationships

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman prefers to be in a relationship as she doesn’t like being on her own.

The actress is set to celebrate her seventh wedding anniversary with American Idol judge Keith Urban in June this year.

The 45-year-old Australian star was previously married to Hollywood actor Tom Cruise who she divorced in 2001.

"I've always wanted a partner in life that's just who I am. I'm not a loner," Nicole told the UK edition of HELLO! "I like to have my partner to go through life with and I've been very fortunate to find him. I'm not sure how we're going to spend our anniversary - I'm just glad we got there and I don't take any day for granted in relation to a relationship."

Nicole is looking forward to celebrating her and Keith's special day. She reflected on her relationship and says their marriage is a precious thing to her.

"As much as you say you are married, you never take that for granted. It is something you work at, something you constantly keep as a priority, and hopefully that's how it lasts," she explained thoughtfully. "So I try to stay in a very humble place, where I will do everything I can to make it last, but at the same time I am very humbled that I've actually found it."

Nicole discussed her thoughts on relationships while speaking at the Omega Ladymatic watch launch in Vienna. She recalled spending the weekend in the city in 1997 while she was filming The Peacemaker in neighbouring Slovakia. At the time she was still married to Tom and her memories are fond.

"We would come here to relax and look at art and wander around the streets," she recalled. "Nobody knew we were here, which is a nice way to see a city. They're really nice memories."

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