Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman are trading the iMessage for “I want to hear your voice.”
Nicole reveals in her new InStyle cover story she and her country music husband keep the spark alive by keeping their communication old-school.
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“Keith and I don’t ever text. We call. That’s just what we’ve always done,” she tells the mag.
The Oscar winner previously told DuJour in 2015 she and Keith choice to call rather than to text because “it’s about trying to keep it as intimate and personal as possible.”
They may have opted out of texting, but Nicole adds FaceTime keeps her connected to Keith when he’s on the road.
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Fans may remember Keith FaceTimed Nicole in the middle of his concert near Boston last year to celebrate the couple’s 10-year anniversary.
Pick up Nicole on the July issue of InStyle.
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