Nicole Kidman had a special connection to Colin Firth's new film The King's Speech - because she grew up with a stammer. In the film, the actor plays stuttering British king George VI and Kidman can understand what the royal went through.

She tells Newsweek, "I had one (stammer) as a kid... I just remember everyone always saying to me, 'Calm down, think about what you're gonna say,' and then I grew out of it. I remember when I was little just being so excited to get it out and I couldn't get it out." (KL/NWK/MT)

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