Keith Urban Writes Nicole Kidman A Love Letter

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Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman
Grateful that she helped him get clean, the singer pens a love note to Nicole in his CD liner notes.

Country music star Keith Urban may have put his wife Nicole Kidman through a media frenzy in the past after entering rehab for cocaine addiction in 2006, but the singer makes it up to her in the cover of his new album, Get Closer, which he also dedicated to her.

According to OK Magazine, in his love letter to the Australian actress in the CD's liner notes, Keith wrote, "Nicole Mary—I continue to be brought to my knees by this love of ours… I am in awe of how this blessed family we are creating stretches and fearlessly opens my vulnerable heart…and I just want to be a better man, for you, and father for our heavenly Sunday Rose and have you go to sleep every night knowing that no one has ever, or will ever, love you as much as I do…and all we need is faith."

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In a recent interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Keith opened up about his battle with cocaine, and credited his wife for saving him from his drug addiction. The star has admitted in the past that he was sorry for any pain his cocaine and alcohol abuse may have caused his wife. Lucky for him, Nicole decided to stay and fight for Keith rather than flee the trouble-ridden relationship. In 2006, she held an intervention to encourage Keith to seek help.

"You can’t [get clean] for somebody," Keith told Oprah Winfrey. "I couldn’t do this just for her, but to see love in action, to that degree, in that time, in that way, I’d never experienced anything like that.[I canceled a scheduled concert] and left that night."

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