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Nicole Kidman has revealed what her husband Keith Urban thinks of her taking part in sex scenes for movies.
The Hollywood star has been married to the singer since 2006 and the pair are clearly comfortable with Kidman saying her other half doesn't bat an eyelid when a script calls for a steamy scene.
Speaking E! News' Daily Pop, Kidman, 54, explained: "My husband is an artist, so he understands all of it, and he also does not get involved.
"He sees the show at the very end when it's a show, all edited together, and he's fresh eyes. He doesn't read any script, he really doesn't know what's going on on the set, he's got his own career that he's completely absorbed in."
She then joked: "He doesn't know much about what I'm really doing."
Kidman has previously opened up about how she and 53-year-old Urban make things work, juggling their demanding careers alongside their two daughters - Sunday, 13, and Faith, 10.
In an interview with WSJ. Magazine last year, she said: "We have a system worked out to keep the family together.
"When Keith's not touring, it's much easier. He'll be on tour next year, and then I just don't work as much. Literally - it will become imbalanced, and we will change it.
"We don't have the answers, but the one thing we do know is that we will not jeopardise us."
In a recent interview with Radio Times, Kidman said it was 'painful' having to be apart from her kids due to coronavirus restrictions on set for her upcoming series Nine Perfect Strangers.
She told the publication: "You just couldn't bring children to set with all of the protocols in place, but I usually have them with me a lot.
"They watch the filming and they are sometimes in the show, but there have been strict rules during the pandemic and it didn't happen.
"That's been one of the most painful parts of the work recently."
During filming for her last TV show - The Undoing - Kidman was able to land her daughters a couple of small roles. She told news.com.au: "They're used to being extras, but they did five days in the freezing New York cold, never complained, and didn't get any special treatment."