Transcript for Nicole Kidman Discusses Depression After Tom Cruise Marriage
8:15, welcome back to "good morning america." And nicole kidman opening up in a new interview about her marriage to tom cruise and the depression she plunge into when they split up. In the interview, she expressed the intimate details in their struggle to have a family. They are the bombshell revelations from hollywood a-lister, nicole kidman. Speaking candidly for the first time about her failed marriage with tom cruise, her battle with depression, and struggles with infertil infertility. Opening up in the australian magazine, "who." I got married really fast and really young, who was 23 when she tied the knot. When, then it didn't work out, i had to dig deep and work my way through depression. I have no regrets about all of it. It was all part of growing up. Kidman said part of her depression came from her inability to conceive a child. Still, she says he doesn't regret the relationship because, quote, it got me bella and conner, the two children she and cruise adopted together. She called the 11-year union, a fantastic marriage for a long period. In 2001, she said this to diane sawyer. I refuse to let it make me bitter. I completely believe in love. Reporter: And love she found. Kidman married keith urban in 2006. Gave birth two years later. Her second daughter with urban, was born through a surrogate in 2011. Kidman goes on to say, so, the way it happened with sunday was like, what? The percentages were so low. It is the miracle in my life. She wants people to know, yeah. I'm a huge superstar. But I'm going through struggles just like you. Everything you need to know about hillary has been in the papers is here in these boxes. Reporter: With a new life and a new movie on the way, kidman is even talking about cruise's latest divorce. Putting lid on speculation she has counseled katie holmes. Kidman says, I never spoke to her. I wish them well. But I was never involved in any of that.
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