Nicole Kidman has planned the birth of her first child, due in the next few weeks, right down to the smallest detail.
Nicole has reserved a private room at a hospital in Nashville, Tennessee, lined up the finest medical care for the natural birth – and even put together a compilation of music for the delivery.
Nicole, 41, who married country singer Keith Urban in 2006, has naturally included some of her husband’s songs. But at top of her list are the soothing melodies of Irish flutist Sir James Galway.
A source said: ‘Nicole has been putting together CDs of music to listen to during labor. She has always loved James Galway, particularly his classical albums.
‘Whenever you go to her house, she has Galway on. There is one Prokofiev sonata that is her favourite.’
Sir James, 68, is considered the finest flutist of his generation. Knighted in 2001, he has recorded more than 60 albums. His most famous hit was the instrumental version of John Denver’s hit Annie’s Song in 1978.
Nicole already has two children, Isabella, 14, and Conor, 12, which she adopted with her former husband Tom Cruise.