As if his country music wasn't romantic enough, now Nicole Kidman is revealing what a sweetheart Keith Urban is in real life. Like, the love-letter-writing kind of sweetheart.
"For every single night he's away, he leaves me a love letter. Every single night of our relationship," Kidman told InStyle in its March issue.
She is a lucky, lucky woman, that Nicole Kidman. I kind of want to hate her, but at least it sounds like she appreciates how good she has it being Mrs. Keith Urban.
And if you think that riding around the country with your spouse and two little girls in a claustrophobic tour bus might infuse a little bit of ugly reality into their lives, you're wrong.
"That's basically how I've seen most of America, on that bus. Keith and I are both gypsies at heart. We can make our home wherever we are. The girls are like that, too, now, so we take them everywhere," she said of life on the road with Urban and their daughters Sunday, 5, and Faith, 3.
When they are on solid ground back in Nashville, Kidman says she enjoys the slightly slower, relaxed approach to life.
"A community, not a big-city feel," she says of her new hometown. "That's what I grew up with, and it's what I prefer."
Kidman's other role -- aside from playing the love of Urban's life -- most recently involved playing actress and princess Grace Kelly in Grace of Monaco, which will premiere at the 67th Cannes Film Festival on May 14. There is no release date for North America yet.
Watch for Kidman on the cover of InStyle, which will hit newsstands on, what else, Valentine's Day.