Nicole Kidman has two lovely girls with her country music star husband Keith Urban, and she has won numerous honors for her work on TV shows like “Big Little Lies” and movies like The Hours.

The couple has two kids, 12-year-old Sunday Rose and 9-year-old Faith Margaret, who married in Australia in 2006 after a brief romance.

Nicole and Keith met in 2005 at a “G-Day LA” celebration honoring Australians’ achievements. Kidman said in a 2007 interview with Vanity Fair that she was secretly engaged to someone when she met Keith Urban.

Urban waited four months to ask Kidman out on a date, but they didn’t waste any time and were engaged three months later.

Kidman confessed in a 2015 interview that they didn’t truly know each other when they married on June 25, 2006, at Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel on the grounds of St Patrick’s Estate in Manly, Sydney.

“There was an amazing attraction at first, and we got engaged after three months, and then we were married extremely rapidly,” the 53-year-old actress told Metro. “But we didn’t truly know one other.”

In the 2017 piece, she added, “We really just got to know one other after we were married.”

“I believe that meeting at a specific age has an impact. And I believe in my instincts. From the moment I met him, I had the impression of, “Ahhh OK, I’ve finally met home.” He, too, had the same impression. That was all we had, but it was the foundation on which we built.”

Nicole Kidman’s kids

On July 7, 2008, the couple’s first daughter, Sunday Rose, was born in Nashville.

“Earlier this morning Nic gave birth to our lovely baby girl, Sunday Rose Kidman Urban,” Keith announced on his website. We’d want to express our gratitude to everyone who has kept us in their thoughts and prayers.

“We consider ourselves extremely fortunate and glad to be able to share this joy with all of you today.”

Kidman said that she suffered from severe morning sickness throughout the first trimester of her pregnancy, but that her daughter, Sunday Rose, was born healthy and weighing 6 pounds, 7.5 ounces.

After reading about Sunday Reed, an early patron of the arts in Australia, Kidman stated that one of her relatives proposed the name Sunday, which her family abbreviated to “Sunny.”

Kidman and Urban had their second daughter two years after Sunday’s birth. The birth of their second biological daughter was kept a secret by the couple.

Faith Margaret was born on December 28th, 2010 at Nashville’s Women’s Hospital at Centennial. “Our family is tremendously blessed, and just so thankful, to have been given the gift of baby Faith Margaret,” the couple said at the time.

Keith Urban’s children

“There are no words to appropriately express our thanks to everyone who has been so helpful during this process, especially our gestational carrier.”

It’s difficult to believe the two girls are already 12 and 9 years old, since their parents are very protective of their kids, insisting on a solid upbringing for them.

This year, on Mother’s Day, Urban released a heartfelt statement alongside his label, UMG Nashville, celebrating his wife’s incredible parenting abilities.

“She’s an excellent mother, she truly is. Those girls are extremely fortunate, and I consider myself fortunate that the children I should have in this world are with Nic.

“I have no experience raising children, but Nic does, and it comes in really handy, and it’s actually made for an experience I wouldn’t have had otherwise.”

“Her compassion, her recognition of them as people rather than merely young kids, is truly remarkable.” Her attention to valuing their feelings and listening to them right from the start – that is not at all how I was raised, so it’s very amazing to see.”

The adoring parents don’t generally display their faces when they share a photo of their daughters to keep them out of the spotlight.

But it does happen from time to time, as shown in the image below:

Keith recently posted a photo of Nicole cuddling her two daughters while seated on a tree stump, all with their backs to the camera.

Last year, Nicole posted a baby picture of her daughter Faith Margaret on her Instagram profile to wish her a Happy 9th Birthday.

“Our baby girl is already nine years old!” We adore you, sweet precious girl, and we adore you. Faith, have a wonderful birthday! xx” she said beside a sweet photo of her cradling her youngest child.

Nicole and Keith, who have been married for nearly 14 years, sold their Nashville home and now live on their family farm in Australia for the majority of the year.

Despite their combined riches and many residences in the United States and Australia, the pair adheres to rigorous ground rules.

They have forbidden televisions from their beds, as do most sensible parents, and have a “no laptops in bed” rule.

“When it comes to working, we’re pretty stringent about what we allow inside our house.” I used to have an office in my house, but I recently got rid of it, and it was the best decision I’ve ever made. According to Country Fan Cast, she explained, “I finally went, ‘This is not a good thing.’”

The couple has a few restrictions for their girls, despite the fact that Nicole was born in Hawaii and Keith was born in New Zealand.

“They don’t have a phone, and I don’t let them have an Instagram,” Nicole remarked in a Vanity Fair interview last year, “and I try to keep some sort of boundaries.”

Nicole and her first husband, Mission Impossible star Tom Cruise, have two children, Isabella, 26, and Connor, 24.

Sunday and Faith, like their father, are musical: Faith plays violin and Sunday plays piano, according to the Days of Thunder and Moulin Rouge star.

The sisters were both extras on the set of the award-winning TV show “Big Little Lies,” igniting an interest in the big screen, with Sunday expressing a desire to be a director, which has made her mother quite proud.

When Kidman was asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” at the annual Elle Women in Hollywood Celebration on Sunday, she replied, “What do you want to be when you grow up.”

She stated her daughter considered being an astronaut for a time before confidently telling her mother, “I want to be a director.” And I’m confident I’ll be able to pull it off.

“And I was like, wow,” Nicole added. “That is progress right there.” That small child could say, “Yeah, I can be a director,” is something I would never have said. I mentioned that I could be an actress, but not a director.”

Faith, affectionately known as “Fifi” by her family, is following in her mother’s footsteps, having landed her first voice-over role in Angry Birds 2.

Her adoring Oscar-winning mother, on the other hand, insists that forcing your own aspirations onto your children is difficult.

“I’ve realized you can’t really get kids into anything,” Nicole told People magazine. “You can push them a little, but motivation is a difficult thing to come by. Nobody encouraged me to pursue acting; in fact, they attempted to discourage me.”

Nicole claims that she can memorize Keith’s tour dates at first glance because she is his biggest admirer. She admires his abilities as a musician as well as his father’s ability to keep their two kids happy, loved, and grounded.

“He’s such a lovely man, as I’ve stated before,” Nicole noted in a recent interview with Today magazine. I’m married to a wonderful man. And the kids have a wonderful father, which is a wonderful thing to be able to say.”

Keith Urban also talked on how much his role as a father has taught him.

“It’s a surreal sensation,” he remarked. “As for having girls, I adore them. I came from a family with no sisters and only one brother. So it’s been a steep learning curve, but in a positive manner.”

He described it as “wonderful” to have someone to call his father.

“I’m like, ‘Omigosh!’” she says. I’m her father! That’s incredible.’ “That’s probably the first thing that comes to mind for me,” he informed his record company.

During lockdown, the family has been spending a lot of time together, playing games with their new tiny poodle.

Sunday Rose’s birthday was spent in Paris, France last year, but her 12th birthday in July was spent considerably closer to home, where her family appears to be the happy.

Nicole agrees that their lives outside of the film and stage are likely extremely different from what fans imagine.

“At school, I read. We’re a close-knit family, and we feel worried if we’re apart for more than two days. Every night we’re here, we attempt to have a sit-down supper. Friends from school are invited to visit. We’ll have nine kids for dinner on occasion.” She chuckles. “I’ll be able to fulfill my childhood dream of having a large family.”

Keith Urban’s three daughters regularly accompany him on the road when he performs.

In the video below, Nicole and the couple’s two daughters join Keith Urban on stage for a lovely moment. Seeing them all dance around the stage is not only a rare sight, but it also brings delight to my heart.

Such a lovely family who serves as a reminder that you can have all the money in the world, but spending time with loved ones at home is what truly makes us happy.

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