Nicole Kidman And Keith Urban’s Teenage Daughters Step Into The Spotlight With Their Red Carpet Premiere


Get ready to meet the Kidman-Urbans in the spotlight.

During Saturday’s American Film Institute Life Achievement Award Gala, honoring Nicole Kidman, the actress and her husband, Keith Urban, proudly presented their daughters, Sunday Rose, 15, and Faith Margaret, 13, marking the teens’ inaugural red carpet appearance. The couple has diligently shielded their children from public view throughout their upbringing.

Accompanying the family were Kidman’s sister, Antonia Kidman, along with Antonia’s husband, Craig Marran, and Kidman’s nieces, Sybella Hawley and Lucia Hawley, as well as nephew, Alexander Kidman Marran.

Kidman also shares two older children, Isabella “Bella” Kidman Cruise, 31, and Connor Cruise, 29, with her former husband, Tom Cruise.

During the ceremony, Urban delivered a heartfelt tribute to Kidman, expressing his admiration for her role as a mother, which he described as one of life’s most beautiful aspects.

While the AFI gala marked Rose and Faith Margaret’s first formal red carpet appearance, they previously attended the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards virtually alongside their parents in February 2021, where Kidman was nominated for her role in “The Undoing.”

Throughout the years, Kidman has openly expressed her desire for a larger family.

“I love, love children,” she told BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire in January 2017. “I love raising children. They make me feel good, and I love being around, and I love the ups and downs, and I love watching them grow and the things they say and teach.”