They make no secret of the fact that they are blissfully in love, but Keith Urban never misses an opportunity to show off his beloved wife Nicole Kidman, even inviting her to appear on stage with him during his gigs.
Keith stunned his fans in Chicago on Sunday night when he coaxed his famous wife out from backstage, where she was watching the show, and introduced her to a pregnant fan and her sister, who were celebrating ‘baby’s first time on stage’.
“My wife is here tonight,” Keith told his fans at the packed-out Hollywood Casino Ampitheatre. “Come on, baby, say hi to these lovely people.”
An embarrassed Nicole, 51, then emerged from the darkness in a stunning floor-length blue frock and reprimanded Keith for making her come out, wagging her finger at her husband of 12 years, before planting a passionate kiss on his lips.
The Aussie star spoke into the microphone, saying “Hi Chicago”, before attempting to retreat back into the shadows. Keith stopshis 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.”
He then quizzed the pregnant fan about her due date and suggested she name her baby ‘Keith’, before saying: “We should get a picture with all of us because my wife is freaking out right now. I can tell you, you are in good hands, baby girl.”
Before Nicole quipped back: “You need to sing.” The Hollywood actress then planted another kiss on her hubby’s lips and said “I love you” before finally leaving the stage.
It isn’t the first time that Nicole has been dragged up on stage with Keith, 50, though, as 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 share daughters Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret together, made headlines on Monday after they joined forces to give a very large donation to struggling farmers amid the horrific drought.
Appearing live via video link on the Today show the married couple gave an emotional plea for more support, before confirming they would personally be donating $100,000 to the appeal.
“We love Australia and we realise there has been a crippling drought crisis and the rural communities are doing it really really hard right now, so we want to do our bit,” Nicole said.
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