Nicole Kidman vents fury at ex-husband Tom
Nicole Kidman has launched a strange and rather bitter attack against ex-husband Tom Cruise, accusing him of wanting her to be 'seen and not heard'.
Despite having divorced some eight years ago, the pair have tended to keep their feelings about each other quiet, in public at least, but Nicole's latest interview makes it clear exactly how she feels about what went wrong in their marriage.
'I felt I became a star only by association,' she complained to Easy Living magazine. 'We would go to the Oscars and I would think, "I'm here to support him." I felt it was my job to put on a beautiful dress and be seen and not heard.'
Meanwhile, Nic calls new husband Keith Urban her 'greater love', although it appears her greatest love is reserved for her daughter.
'I can't bear to be separated from Sunday Rose,' she adds. 'That's why I haven't yet gotten a daytime nanny, but at some stage I probably will have one.'
However, the Moulin Rouge actress hasn't totally lose her sense of humour, speaking about her adopted children, she quips: 'Bella is very maternal. Connor would like one of us to have a boy. [Pauses.] Katie…? [Laughs].'
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