kidsHow do Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban keep the romance alive? By keeping their computers out of their bedroom! The Hollywood power couple has been in love for well over a decade, and the actress recently revealed their secret to a strong marriage.

“Keith and I are pretty strict with the boundaries on what we allow, in terms of work, into our home,” the 51-year-old told Grazia magazine. “I just got the office out of my house, and it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. We don’t even have a TV in our bedroom; we’re that couple. And no computers in the bed.”

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She added that she and her country crooner hubby are particularly strict about what projects they choose, now that they’re parents to daughters Sunday Rose, 10, and Faith, 7. “The thing you really learn when you have children and a career — and particularly when you’re an older mother — is the preciousness of time, and therefore trying to balance everything and be willing to say no to things,” she told the publication, before adding that she’s “not willing” to miss bedtime.

In a new interview, Keith admitted that he’s so head-over-heels for his wife that watching her character, Celeste Wright, be abused on the hit show Big Little Lies was difficult. “It’s hard because she really tells her story,” Keith admitted to The London Evening Standard. “I love how committed she is, though, in telling her stories. She had the bruises to prove it.”

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Despite the agony he felt watching his wife, he’s very supportive of her craft. In fact, he even creates his schedule based around where she’s filming. “We have a tutor that travels with us, so if Nic’s shooting a film for any long period of time, even if I’m touring, we can almost always relocate to wherever she is. And I’ll go to and from there. We just make the rhythm work so we can be together.” boundaries

Back in 2016, Keith gushed about the life he’s built with his adorable family. “Meeting her and getting married wasn’t life-changing, it was life-beginning,” he told CBS News. “It was literally, like, ‘OK, life starts.’”