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Women flocking to waterfall after Nicole Kidman endorsement

Hundreds of women are flocking to Kununurra waterfalls after Nicole credited the "waters" for her pregnancy.

Written by Agencies | London |
July 6, 2009 9:43:10 am

Hundreds of women are flocking to the Kununurra water falls in the Australian outback after Hollywood superstar Nicole Kidman credited the “fertility waters” for her pregnancy.

The ‘Moulin Rouge’ actress who became a first time mother at the age of 42,said that she had went swimming in the waterfall while shooting for the film ‘Australia’ and conceived soon after.

“There is something in the Kununurra water. I never thought that I would get pregnant and give birth to a child,but it happened on this movie. Seven babies were conceived out of this film. We all went swimming in the waterfalls,so we can call it the fertility waters now,” the actress who is married to country singer Keith Urban had said in an interview.

While the couple are dogged by rumours of a second pregnancy,women desperate to become mothers are flocking to the waterfalls in Western Australia,reported Daily Mail online.

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Kidman who was married to superstar Tom Cruise for ten years had suffered multiple miscarriages during the period and the couple had then adopted two children from her native Australia.

After their split in 2001,both went on to have children of their own. While Cruise has a three-year-old daughter Suri with actress Katie Holmes,Kidman has a 1-year-old daughter Sunday Rose with Urban.

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First published on: 06-07-2009 at 09:43:10 am

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