Inside Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s 10 Epic Years of Marriage: An Intense and Determined Romance

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by Natalie Finn

What a difference 10 years can make.

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.

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 Ellen 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 Elle a couple years ago.

At first it may have seemed like a surprising pairing, the statuesque Oscar winner and the Nashville-based country singer, but the couple have quietly proved countless times over just how right for each other they were. And today, they celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary, looking just as smitten as on day one.

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“We actually said we’re going to celebrate all year,” Kidman told E! News at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. Added Urban, “We just feel incredibly lucky.” They were somewhat able to tear themselves away from each other’s gaze in order to chat for a moment.

Read more: http://www.eonline.com/news/775402/inside-nicole-kidman-and-keith-urban-s-10-epic-years-of-marriage-an-intense-and-determined-romance

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