Nicole Kidman Opens Up About Being Married To Tom Cruise; Does She Regret Anything?
Nicole Kidman, 48 has finally spoken about a topic she has always evaded, Tom Cruise. The actress finally answered if she regrets her marriage to Cruise and that she was like a “baby” when they were married.
It was in 1989 that the actress got her first significant break in a movie called “Dead Calm” when she was just 22 years old. Thereafter, she starred opposite Cruise in “Days Of Thunder” and eventually married him in 1990. The couple had adopted two kids; now 20-year-old Connor and Isabella, now 22. They were also paired opposite each other in movies such as “Eyes Wide Shut” and “Far And Away”.
In 2001, the world got a shock when the pair declared that they are heading for a split. It is a known fact that both Cruise and Kidman have been tight-lipped about the reason for their separation.
Cruise has yet to come out with a statement that his ex-wife is aware of what she did. Kidman spoke to Evening Standard when she confessed that her first marriage to Cruise has taught her a lot in life.
She added that a second chance at anything is always great, but each person is unique. Kidman added that when she married Cruise, she was a baby but she has no regrets now. She respects her husband Keith Urban too much to discuss her past life now.
Nicole Kidman’s current husband Keith Urban, is a well-known country singer and the couple has two kids, Faith, 3, and Sunday Rose, 6. Kidman married Urban in 2006 and the couple seem to be madly in love with each other.
Kidman hardly ever discusses her marriage to Cruise, as she has great regard for both Connor and Isabella. Both of them are Scientologists, just like their dad. Is that her suggestion for how a divorced couple should behave after going separate ways?
Nicole Kidman also added that one should try to be as good as possible and must always pay heed to their children’s feelings. The actress is currently in London where she is acting in “Photograph 51”.
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