Nicole Kidman Gushes on Being Married to "Really Good Man" and "Great Father," Keith Urban
Keith Urban isn't shy about his utter adoration for his wife of 14 years, Nicole Kidman. In fact, Urban has even gone as far as to say he "definitely married up" in an interview a few months back with "At Home with Apple Music." Now, it's Kidman's chance to swoon over her dreamy country star husband—who celebrates his 53rd birthday today—this time, to TODAY show co-host Jenna Bush Hager.
Kidman caught up with Bush Hager primarily to talk about her latest on-screen beau, Hugh Grant, her husband in new HBO miniseries, The Undoing, and the show, but she also waxed poetic on her beloved real-life husband. In one part of the segment, Kidman discusses the duo's attempt to "spread a little joy" during these exceedingly difficult times with little "Insta-concerts" that they posted on Instagram (fast forward to the 1:51 mark below to watch or check out a concert with a Kidman cameo on Instagram here).
Then, in another moment in the interview (that's cut from the clip), she really spilled the tea about her gratitude and love for Urban, by reflecting on their marriage and the family they've built together. "He's such a good man, as I've said before,” Kidman said, per TODAY.com. “I'm married to a really good man. And the kids have a great father and that's a very beautiful thing to be able to say.”
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We've long been fans of this beautiful couple and while it can often be hard to find the upside in crises like the global health pandemic we're all currently living through, it's nice to know we can escape to Urban's music and Kidman's acting for a dose of much-needed distraction.
Considering Kidman hinted on her TODAY show segment that Big Little Lies may return for a third season—"[the whole cast is] very close, so our desire is for there to be a season three....and I just want to go back to Monterey and hang out with my girls"—we're also hoping the tables turn and Urban marches over to our TV screens for a little surprise musical bit. Hey, a girl can quaran-dream.