Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s two daughters joined their famous parents for an appearance at the Golden Globes on Sunday night.
The Undoing actress Nicole and her singer hubby appeared on their sofa during the award ceremony’s opening monologue sandwiched between their daughters Sunday, 10, and Faith, 10.
Despite spending the night at home, Nicole, 53, looked stunning in a black Louis Vuitton floorlength gown while her hubby Keith went for a classic black suit and tie.
Daughters Sunday and Faith – who are usually kept out of the public eye – wore matching white dresses as they held hands with mum Nicole throughout the virtual link-up.
Nicole’s living room flashed up on screen as hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made a dig about her character in The Undoing.
The pair joked that Nicole’s coat ‘is suspecting of murdering her wig’, as they referenced her extravagant wardrobe in the hit show.
Luckily, Nicole saw the funny side as the cameras cut to her as she was seen giggling and rolling her eyes.
Nicole is also mum to Bella and Connor Cruise, who she adopted during her marriage to Tom Cruise.
The Kidman -Urban clan were in Nicole’s native Australia where Keith is filming The Voice.
Keith recently opened up on how he keeps his 15 year marriage to Nicole strong, where many other showbiz couples have failed.
The Country singer said that he ‘tends’ to their relationship as though it were a garden.
“I do the same things I did at the beginning when we started dating,” said Keith.
“It’s tending to the garden. If you don’t do the work, the garden starts to grow over, and then you complain that the garden is not very interesting and you look for another garden. I maintain this garden.”
While Nicole also told Marie Claire that her husband likes to take time away from her and their daughters occasionally as they have a ‘female heavy’ house.
“We’re definitely female-heavy! But as the girls say, ‘The dog’s a boy!'” she laughed.
“At times, [Keith] just needs to escape with his guitar. Sometimes I’ll find him in his closet playing guitar. That’s when I know we really need to give him space. Oh, and he Googles cars. I’ll know when he’s stressed ’cause he’s Googling cars.
“I couldn’t care less what car I’m driving; you can pick me up in any old thing. But Keith and Faith love cars.”