Nicole Kidman graces the cover of Marie Claire UK March 2011. Inside the magazine, the 43-year-old actress talks about Botox, her marriage to Tom Cruise, but also about her present love life.
Photographed by Matthias Vriens, the “Just Go with It” star wears on the cover a Dolce & Gabbana white lace dress flaunting a youthful and graceful look. Well, no wonder she is absolutely radiant, since the star is nominated as best actress Oscar for her role in “Rabbit Hole” and she also celebrates the birth of her second baby girl, Faith Margaret Kidman Urban.
In the cover story, Nicole Kidman shared a lot of things, such as her split from Tom Cruise with whom she was married from 1990-2000. “That was a great relationship. It was great. I think it ran its course… It’s hard when you’re young. But I’m ready to give up anything for love, because ultimately, that is what you have,” she told the magazine.
She also speaks about their divorce, as well as the damages and marks left by this split: “I was really damaged and not sure whether that was ever going to happen again to me’. ‘I certainly never thought I’d have a baby at 41. But we never know what’s around the corner.”
Still, despite all the pain, she found her soulmate and now she is crazy in love. The actress married musician Keith Urban with whom she has two biological daughters, Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret.
“Well, I found my soulmate, and I don’t throw that term around lightly. I found the person that I just love being with. We’re both . . . it’s awkward to say it because it lessens what it is if I try to trivialise our relationship . . . He is very important to me.”
Speaking about her relationship with her adopted children, Nicole says: “Well, Bella’s 18, and Connor is 15. Bella’s an adult now, and moving into that stage of life. I think most kids at 18 have moved away and are at college so, yeah, it was harder earlier, and now it is what it is.”
The beautiful actress who always looked flawless with her lean silhouette, gorgeous hair and flawless skin, also spoke about Botox and plastic surgery: “Well, I move my forehead, I frown…I tried it, I didn’t like it, so I’ve gone back to my own forehead. But I’ve never had plastic surgery on my face. People say I have but I haven’t,” she told the magazine.
Photos courtesy of Marie Claire UK