Sore feet The usually pristine Nicole Kidman kicks off her heels and goes barefoot after promoting with Clive Owen
She is almost always dressed immaculately with not a hair or a wrinkle out of place.
But the usually pristine Nicole Kidman was caught barefoot yesterday in Pasadena, California.
The 44-year-old actress had been answering questions all day for the HBO television film Hemingway & Gellhorn at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.
Lady and a tramp: Nicole Kidman poses for photos yesterday in Pasadena, California, barefoot
Dressed in a blue lace dress and with her hair down, the Australian had worn a pair of heels to the event and after a full day of questioning and posing for photos she couldn't wait to kick them off.
Joined by British leading man Clive Owen, the pair both spoke of their roles in the upcoming movie in which they act out the epic love story between journalist Martha Gellhorn and writer Ernest Hemingway.
The film is a biopic about the two famous literary names and Kidman, who posed for photos without her shoes on, described her character as a real 'trailblazer'.
Two's company: Nicole poses with her co-star Clive Owen who appears in Hemingway & Gellhorn with her
In talks: Nicole answered questions from an audience at the Television Critics Association winter press tour
She said: 'She was the first female, really, war correspondent, and she wrote with such direct truth and that is so hard to do.'
Kidman added: 'She’s not Hemingway, she doesn’t want to write novels, she wants to be a correspondent and I love that she was the first woman to do that. She was a trailblazer.'
However, when asked if she would like to see a movie made about her own life on the big screen one day she sharply defended her privacy and said 'no, please no.'
At the helm: Director Philip Kaufman sits in between the two stars during the question and answer session
She said: 'Part of the reason of being an actor is you like playing other people’s lives and exploring all the psychologies in that and the emotions.
'I think having my life be as private and quiet as possible is a way in which then I can go and play characters. I like the privacy of my life and I protect it quite vigilantly.'
The former wife of Tom Cruise lives with husband Keith Urban in Nashville, Tennessee, along with their two daughters.
Her co-star shares her opinion and agreed that he would never want a biopic made of his life adding: 'I wouldn't want to see it.'
The actors guild: Clive Owen, Philip Kaufman and Nicole Kidman take some pictures after having been on stage