Nicole Kidman and Zoë Kravitz star in HBO’s new miniseries called Big Little Lies. The series is filled with complicated relationships, but in real life, the two actresses have another special connection.
During her recent The EDIT magazine cover, Kidman has revealed she was once engaged to rocker Lenny Kravitz, who is the father of her costar, Zoë.
Nicole and Lenny dated in 2003 and that was known at the time, but the engagement news has just been revealed by the actress.
Back in the days, Nicole admitted she was engaged once after breaking up with Tom Cruise and before meeting her current husband Keith Urban. Although many people suspected that the person she was engaged to was Kravitz, it has been confirmed only now.
When asked about her relationship with costar Zoë Kravitz, Kidman told The EDIT that she already knew her because was engaged to her father, “It’s all in the family”, the Oscar winning actress told. “I love Lenny; he’s a great guy”, she continued.
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However, the ex couple still remains friends. Just last year, Nicole and her husband Keith hung out with Lenny at the 2016 CMT Music Awards. They hugged and posed for a few pictures, so it’s clear there are no hard feelings there.
Talking about her role in Big Little Lies, Kidman told that the role distressed and “traumatized” her.
Shooting violent scenes repeatedly made the Oscar winning actress feel emotionally and physically traumatized and she had to go home and need her husband to hold her just to feel better.
“I think it worked on my psyche in a way that I didn’t quite realize.”- Kidman
The new HBO series Big Little Lies will premiere on February 19 th at 9 PM, so stay tuned to watch Kidman and Zoë Kravitz in their new roles.