Nicole Kidman has revealed the secret formula behind her ten-year marriage to Keith Urban.
Nicole also noted the couple's two daughters get to have their say.Her mother, Janelle Ann (née Glenny), is a nursing instructor who edited her husband's books and was a member of the Women's Electoral Lobby.Kidman's ancestry includes Irish, Scottish, and English heritage.And yet, it took him four months to pick up the phone.'I'm like, 'You didn't love me at first sight, you didn't notice me,' and he's like, 'Yes I did but I just didn't let on,' but we kind of met and then about four months later he called me,'" Kidman recalled on in 2013.A month after that, Kidman was sold, too."I kind of like getting married and then getting to know each other; I know that it sounds incredibly strange, but to me, it's a more natural process," she told a couple years ago. We weren’t ready.” She wouldn’t confirm to whom she was engaged, but in a new issue of Net-a-Porter’s Kidman mentions that she had a history with co-star Zoë Kravtiz. In 1996, the musician, who went on to a famous celebrity marriage to Heidi Klum, dated Banks, who is 11 years his junior. Or a moment for that matter, because when Keith Urban met Nicole Kidman at the 2005 G'Day USA gala honoring Australians in Los Angeles, he was pretty much down for the count.I just wanted my kids to have me, and I didn’t feel comfortable having some person in that small hubbub. “Well, I knew Zoë because I was engaged to her father. I love Lenny; he’s a great guy,” Kidman said, putting the mystery of her engagement to rest. They kept their relationship under wraps, but it is clearly still a topic of interest. She went on to recount one such recent event when Keith and the girls both vetoed something she was thinking of doing.'Juggling act': Mother to two young girls Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret, the actress says she and the country singer decide which jobs they can take during family meetings to help them balance their home life and work commitments'It was just whether I was going to do Photograph 51, which was a play I did in London, whether I could take that to New York and do it.