Hollywood movie star Nicole Kidman has denied reports that she is pregnant after arriving home in Australia with country crooner husband Keith Urban to start work on a new film.
The claim that she was expecting Urban's child, published in Britain's News of the World tabloid, was dismissed as "100 per cent not true" by Kidman's publicist, Australian media reported Monday.
"She's looking forward to going outback and riding a horse and being here for seven months making a film," said Wendy Day. "As if she would confirm a pregnancy to News of the World."
Kidman will start working with Australian director Baz Luhrmann this week on location in the country's remote and sparsely populated "outback" on a romantic adventure epic entitled "Australia", which co-stars Hugh Jackman.
"It's really good, really good," Kidman told reporters when asked how it felt to be back home, adding that she was "excited" to be making the film.
The 39-year-old Oscar-winning star of "The Hours" and Luhrmann's "Moulin Rouge" has two children, Isabella and Connor, who she adopted with her former husband, actor Tom Cruise.in an elaborate ceremony in Sydney last year, is due to start a concert tour of Australia next month. Urban, who married married Kidman in an elaborate ceremony in Sydney last year, is due to start a concert tour of Australia next month.