Nicole Kidman wishes she had met her husband of eight years, singer Keith Urban, a bit earlier so she could have had more children with him. In a recent interview with Vogue, the actress talks about how she fell in love with Urban, how they celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary and also why she moved to Nashville.

"I looked up at him at one point and I saw his tattoos and his foot going, and he had the guitar, and I was like, 'God, I love that man,'" Kidman gushed about seeing Urban for the first time, according to Vogue magazine. However, the “Grace of Monaco” star regrets meeting Urban quite late in life. She'd have preferred “at least two more kids” with the country star.

The couple has two daughters of their own -- 7-year-old Sunday Rose and 4-year-old Faith. Kidman also has two adopted children -- Isabella Jane and Connor -- with her ex-husband, Tom Cruise. She never shies away from talking about parenthood and says she wants other women to do the same too.

The Australian-born actress also talked about why she moved to Nashville and does not live in Los Angeles like her peers. “I can write here. I can hike. I can take my kids to school. I can live the way I’ve always wanted to live,” Kidman said. She also added that she can live a “normal” life in the Tennessee city with her husband and kids, away from the glare of paparazzi.

Kidman married Urban in 2006 and the couple recently celebrated their nine years of togetherness. For the very much-in-love couple, it does not matter how they celebrate their wedding anniversary. "We had dinner on our bus. It was sweet," Urban, who was touring in Michigan, told ET in a separate interview, adding that it still feels like he is dating his wife.