Nicole Kidman arrived in Sydney yesterday with her daughters, Faith and Sunday, and her fellow Aussie actor Russell Crowe. Nicole and her girls got picked up at the airport by Keith Urban, who showered Nicole with kisses before whisking the actress off so she could get ready for that night's AACTA Awards. Russell, meanwhile, helped Nicole usher her kids out of the airport and headed home to prepare for the award show, which he hosted. This isn't the first time that Nicole and Russell have spent time together this week — they also hung out at the SAG Awards on Sunday. Nicole attended the show solo while Keith stayed in Australia for his tour, which will take him to North America this Summer.
Nicole Kidman and her kids caught a flight out of LA yesterday after a hectic award-season weekend. Nicole held hands with her daughters Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret as they made their way through LAX to hop on a plane.
Nicole had a full schedule in Hollywood over the weekend, attending the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday and the SAG Awards on Sunday. At the latter event, Nicole was nominated in two categories. She was up for outstanding female actor in a TV movie or miniseries for Hemingway & Gellhorn, but lost to Julianne Moore. Nicole also was in the running for outstanding performance by a female actor in a supporting role for her work in The Paperboy, and was bested by winner Anne Hathaway, who has been sweeping that category at award shows over the past few weeks. Award or no award, Nicole still has plenty of filming to keep her busy over the next year. She's currently working on the new Grace Kelly biopic, Grace of Monaco, and is set to star in Before I Go to Sleep, the upcoming film adaptation of S.J. Watson's popular thriller.
Nicole Kidman and her husband, Keith Urban, walked through Sydney's airport today with their young daughters, Faith and Sunday. The foursome was Down Under to celebrate Nicole's 45th birthday, which was Wednesday. Keith and Nicole marked the occasion by having dinner with her parents and checking out a Lady Gaga concert. There's a lot more for the family to celebrate this week — Monday is Nicole and Keith's sixth wedding anniversary!
Keith just wrapped up shooting the first season of Australia's edition of The Voice, on which he served as a coach alongside Seal and Joel Madden. Next up for him is a big Summer tour, and tomorrow he has a show in Oshkosh, WI. Nicole also has big work projects coming down the pipeline. Her next film, The Paperboy, just got a release date and will hit theaters Oct. 5 of this year.
Nicole Kidman and her husband Keith Urban boarded a flight out of Sydney yesterday afternoon with daughters Faith and Sunday. It was the latest adventure for the jet-setting foursome, who were together in the US just a few weeks ago. All the intercontinental travel allows the family to be together while Keith is busy filming an Australian edition of The Voice. He's one of the mentors on the program, along with Joel Madden, Delta Goodrem, and Seal.
They're heading back to America so that Keith can perform at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards, which will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The show will be broadcast Sunday evening at 7 p.m. on CBS. Keith will be on stage along with many of his fellow musical superstars, including Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, and Blake Shelton.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban made their way through Sydney's airport with daughters Sunday and Faith yesterday. The family of four is on the go after spending a stint in Australia. Nicole was Down Under to participate in Tropfest, an annual festival of short films. She was a judge at the festival, as was Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush, and Toni Collette. At the event, Nicole spoke about her career and how being a mom has affected how she picks projects. Nicole said, "It takes a lot now for me to want to act. I have a 1-year-old and a 3-year-old. It takes a lot to drag me out of home." While Nicole deliberated with Cate and company, Keith was busy as well. He filmed the Australian version of The Voice alongside Joel Madden and Delta Goodrem.
The whole Kidman-Urban family stepped out in Sydney yesterday. Nicole carried 1-year-old Faith while Keith held onto Sunday's hand. The foursome recently traveled Down Under, where Keith will appear on the Australian version of The Voice. He'll mentor a group of singers along with other coaches Seal, Joel Madden, and Delta Goodrem in the series, which will air sometime this year. Keith's been the one singing lately, since he hit the stage at the Grand Ole Opry for his first post-throat surgery show earlier this month and had two concerts in Texas over the weekend. He's not the only star to recently recover from the vocal cord procedure since Adele made her own return performance at last night's Grammys.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban held onto 3-year-old Sunday's hands during a stroll around NYC's SoHo neighborhood yesterday. Their youngest daughter, Faith, didn't join the trio for the shopping trip, which apparently included a stop by a pet store. Faith's first birthday on Dec. 28 will wrap up an exciting 2011 for the family of four that included Keith's world tour, Nicole's many movie projects, and countless award shows. Keith and Nicole's busy 12 months of red carpets started with the Critics' Choice and Golden Globes in January and continued with the CMT and CMA awards later in the year. The excitement isn't over for the couple, since Nicole has multiple films coming out in 2012 and Keith already has concert dates lined up.
Nicole Kidman carried Sunday and Faith in her arms on her way into LAX yesterday. Nicole spent the weekend in LA, where she attended the BAFTA Brits to Watch event on Saturday night. She was one of the lucky guests to be seated at the same table as Prince William and Kate Middleton, and she mingled with the royal couple during the glamorous reception. Kate and William have since returned to the UK, and Nicole is getting out of town as well. She's been on the go since traveling last month to Sydney, where her husband, Keith Urban, was able to visit during a break from his Get Closer tour. He'll take the stage on the East Coast in the coming days, though he'll be close to home again when he returns to Nashville for a performance in August.
Nicole Kidman carried Faith in her arms while Keith Urban followed behind with Sunday Rose at the airport in Australia today. The family of four headed out of town after a brief stay Down Under. Nicole Kidman arrived in Sydney with Sunday and Faith last week, and the trio spent time with family during their trip. They also had an early celebration for Sunday's third birthday, which is on Thursday. Keith had a few days off from his Get Closer World Tour to join his girls overseas, though he'll be back on stage soon with his next show scheduled for his daughter's big day in PA.
Nicole Kidman carried baby Faith in one arm and held onto Sunday's hand with another as they arrived at the airport in Sydney today. Nicole had her girls by her side for the long flight, which came just a week after her 44th birthday. The busy mom has been on the go juggling her daughters, her acting career, and supporting her musical husband, Keith Urban, recently. Nicole was on hand for the CMT Music Awards earlier this month and also stepped out with Keith for the Billboard Awards in May. Keith is hitting the road tomorrow to kick off his Get Closer Summer tour with stops across North America, though he's said he has plans to see his family as often as possible. Nicole and Keith might have some scheduling to work out though if Nicole Kidman does in fact sign on for a role in The Paperboy, following the news that Sofia Vergara dropped out of the project last week.