Kidman in tears over ultrasound

Nicole Kidman was so overcome with emotion when she first saw her unborn baby she burst into tears.

The actress admits the moment she saw the ultrasound capped a magical day for her and husband Keith Urban.

She tells Vogue magazine: "I started crying. I didn't think I'd get to experience that in my lifetime.

"To feel life growing with you is something very, very special, and I'm going to embrace that completely.

"I don't believe in flittering around the edges of things. You're either going to walk through life and experience it fully or you're going to be a voyeur. And I'm not a voyeur."

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