Nicole Kidman: Waxy Tears Over Husband’s Addiction And Beautiful Baby

Nicole Kidman is many things. She’s a terrific actress. A loving mother. A devoted wife. And an obviously intelligent person who knew enough to leave that Cruise ship. But she is not a great judge of how far to go with a Botox needle and surgery. Here she is on the cover of Parade looking like a Yankee Candle that’s been left to burn for too long. They photoshopped out the wick.

That aside, Nicole’s talking about her struggles with husband Keith Urban’s alcoholism and how much she treasures newborn daughter, Sunday Rose.

“We were thrown into his alcohol problem three months into the marriage,
and that was big,” she says. “We became the closest we could become,
because we had to bare our souls. We did 10 years of marriage in three
months. You go to hell and back with this–when the addiction takes
control of the life, it’s terrifying. But there is hope, and we work on
it every day, and we are in a place of actual peace right now, which is
a beautiful place”

Good to hear, and probably easier to deal with then “auditing sessions,” right? As for the baby?

“I cry even thinking of her. But they are tears of joy. Because I suppose I never thought I would get to have it.

Beautiful, now let’s talk about YOUR addiction to that damn Botox needle. You’re an actress. You need a face that moves! Someone please show her a pic of Meg Ryan and let’s all have faith that the wax will soften and allow her human expression again.

Click any image to view all 10+ photos of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban in the gallery!


Nicole Kidman is many things. She’s a terrific actress. A loving
mother. A devoted wife. And an obviously intelligent person who knew
enough to leave that Cruise ship. But she is not a great judge of how far to go with a Botox needle and surgery. Here she is on the cover of Parade looking like a Yankee Candle that’s been left to burn for too long. They photoshopped out the wick.That aside, Nicole’s talking about her struggles with husband Keith Urban’s alcoholism and how much she treasures newborn daughter, Sunday Rose.”We were thrown into his alcohol problem three months into the marriage,
and that was big,” she says. “We became the closest we could become,
because we had to bare our souls. We did 10 years of marriage in three
months. You go to hell and back with this–when the addiction takes
control of the life, it’s terrifying. But there is hope, and we work on
it every day, and we are in a place of actual peace right now, which is
a beautiful place”Good to hear, and probably easier to deal with then “auditing sessions,” right? As for the baby?”I cry even thinking of her. But they are tears of joy. Because I suppose I never thought I would get to have it.Beautiful,
now let’s talk about YOUR addiction to that damn Botox needle. You’re
an actress. You need a face that moves! Someone please show her a pic
of Meg Ryan and let’s all have faith that the wax will soften and allow her human expression again.