They’ve been married since 2006 and superstars Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban prove time-and-time again that they’re just as loved-up today as they were the day they met.
The 51-year-old Aussie actress and her 51-year-old New Zealand born singer husband couldn’t keep their eyes off each other when they stepped out at the Golden Globe Awards on Monday.
Nicole and Keith, who have two children together, 10-year-old Sunday Rose and eight-year-old Faith Margaret, gazed lovingly at each other in front of photographers at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Nicole, who was nominated for Best Actress for her role in Destroyer, stunned in a skintight burgundy gown by Michael Kors.
She accessorised with a pair of dangling earrings and a disco ball bag.
Meanwhile, Keith looked dapper in a black tuxedo, as he let his wife shine on her night.
Their appearance in LA comes just days after they were spotted on a Sydney beach over Christmas, enjoying the heatwave.
“We usually go to Sydney for Christmas. My mother lives there, but as I live in America and my sister lives in Singapore, Momma needs us to go back regularly. It’s a big crowd,”Nicole said in an interview, according to Bang Showbiz.
“We have lots of extended family and we also have people who don’t have family who come to be with us, so it’s usually about 40 people. It’s a lot of fun.”
While their mother may do the hosting, Nicole and Antonia are happy to get involved with the catering.
The Big Little Lies star said: “I do a Christmas Eve party and my sister does Christmas Day.
“I do prawns which I get from the fish market and which are delicious, and on the day itself my sister will probably do a turkey and a ham.”
However, the 51-year-old actress’ celebrations are tinged with sadness because her family are still mourning her father Antony, who died in 2014.
She said in a recent interview: “It was very sudden. I think that for anyone who has lost a loved one suddenly, it’s a very different journey from the one if you’d been able to say goodbye.
“And it’s very, very hard because you miss a lot of things that you would have wanted to say to that person.
“There are so many things I wanted to say to my dad…. But, you know, I do still feel him here around me and it also puts time into a whole different perspective because it makes me realise I don’t want to waste any moment of it.”
Reporting by Bang Showbiz.
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