It’s no secret that Nicole Kidman and her husband of 12-years Keith Urban are one of the happiest couples in show business, and the sweet pair looked as loved-up as ever as they sang a touching duet together.
In honour of International Day of The Girl — a United Nations initiative that works to increase the awareness of inequality faced by young women around the world — Nicole has showed off her impressive singing skills alongside Keith in a heartwarming video captured by their daughters, 10-year-old Sunday and seven-year-old Faith.
In the clip, which was shared to social media on Thursday, the loved-up couple were sitting at a piano as they sang a rendition of Keith’s hit song, ‘Female’. “To honor International #DayoftheGirl – filmed by Sunday and Faith!!!” Nicole wrote on Instagram.
During last year’s 2017 CMA Awards, Keith debuted the sweet ballad, which was written as a female anthem in response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Fans were quick to comment, with one writing: “Wow! Beautiful couple, lovely.” Another added: “Your love for each other is clearly visible.”
And it isn’t the first time the duo have sang together. The pair previously stunned crowds back in April when they performed a romantic duet of his track ‘Parallel Lines’ as Nicole showed off her singing chops.
The couple, who tied the knot in 2006, have been pictured together a lot recently with doting wife Nicole showing her support for her talented husband at several of his US live shows. The Oscar-winning actress even joined Keith on stage last month during one of his gigs in Chicago, after the ‘You’ll Think Of Me’ crooner coaxed his wife out from backstage to meet two of his die-hard fans, one of whom was pregnant.
“My wife is here tonight,” Keith told his fans at the packed-out Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. “Come on, baby, say hi to these lovely people.”
The Aussie actress spoke into the microphone and said “Hi Chicago”, before attempting to retreat back into the shadows but Keith stopped his bashful wife, saying: “Is that it? Don’t you want to hang here with me a little bit? Baby, you love me. It’s not often I get you to come out.”