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Nicole Kidman Loves Her Little Organic Tennessee Garden

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Nicole Kidman is front and center for the July 2008 issues of Vogue magazine — with famous (and since Hannah Montana) controversial photographer Annie Leibovitz taking the beautiful shots. In the interview, Kidman opens up on her relationship with country music star Keith Urban, her upcoming baby, and her country living in Tennessee. Here’s a bit from the article,

“I’ve been in Tennessee, just sitting. We have a farm there, and I have an organic vegetable garden. This is a path I’d not taken before. My mum’s always gardened. My sister gardens. And I’ve now conformed to the Kidman women’s hobby of gardening. And it is just a hobby. I’m not feeding the troops. (laughs) There’s a softness to the Tennessee landscape that I just love. It’s very beautiful out there. We have deer and wild turkeys.”

For the rest of the article, jump over to Vogue here.

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