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    “Every part of me has to embody a character. I’m not ENAMORED enough with MYSELF to keep playing versions of ME”

    enormous amount of give and take, particularly when you get pregnant,” she says. “They say your art gets affected when you have a family, but I'd much rather have a family. Having experienced the greatest awards and accolades, the idea of being alone with that doesn’t work for me. It may for somebody else, but it’s not for me.”

    The family does relocate though, enabling Kidman to take up projects such as September’s Before I Go to Sleep, a thriller about a woman with a traumatic past suffering from amnesia, which she filmed in London opposite Colin Firth. “He’s funny. He’s got that wonderful dry English wit – us Australians love the dry English wit,” she says. “Even when we were

    doing something like [Before I Go to Sleep], Colin made me laugh.”

    Hollywood feels far from Nashville and the laid-back life Kidman and Urban enjoy here. It was an easy decision to move, says the actress, who was convinced in one trip. “[Keith] brought me here, and you know how you can be as a woman, you go from A to Z in your head. You’re on a date with a guy and already in your head you’re married to them with a child. If they knew that, they’d run a mile. But you’re sitting there talking and before you know it, you’re like, ‘Yes, this works, I could marry him.’


    Eight years since their wedding (when the congregation were treated to a reading by director Baz Luhrmann and songs from Urban and Hugh Jackman), the couple still come across like lovestruck teens. “Keith always says, ‘We’re lucky we met late in life. The sadness of that is we can’t have six kids together, but the greatness of that is [we are done] with all the other stuff, so now we are

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