Nicole Kidman had the best answer to an interviewer who asked a “sexist” question about her marriage to Tom Cruise during a promotional interview for Nicole’s upcoming film, To be Ricardo’s.
In an interview with The Guardian, Nicole Lucille discussed Balls’ relationship with Desi Arnaz, who is part of the subject of her latest film. She said: “It’s about a creative and romantic relationship that does not work. But from it comes some extraordinary things. And I love it. I love that it is not a happy ending.”
When the interviewer asked “with exquisite care” if that was her way of “talking about Tom Cruise?” Nicole replied, “Oh, my God, no, no. Absolutely not. No. I mean, it’s honestly so long ago that it’s not in this equation. So no.”
The interviewer noted that Nicole was “angry” as she continued: “And I would ask not to be thrown in a box that way either. It feels almost sexist to me because I’m not sure anyone would say it to a man. And at one point you say, ‘Give me my life. In its own right.’ “
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Nicole was married to Tom Cruise for 11 years, from 1990 to 2001. They share two adopted children: Isabella (29) and Connor (26).
In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar earlier this year, Nicole reflected on the media’s persistent interest in her relationship with Tom. Asked whether she found it annoying that the press was still focusing on their marriage and division, Nicole replied, “I was young. I think I offered it?”
Nicole continued, “Maybe I’ve become a little more anxious, but I always try to be as open as possible. I just prefer to live in the world that way … I’m on guard at times, and I’ve been doing that. I’m sorry, but at the same time I very much prefer a hot approach to a stinging shutdown approach. “
She also remembered that when she met Keith Urban, her husband, he asked her, “How is your heart?” And she answered, “Open.”
Nicole and Keith were married in 2006. They share two daughters.
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