Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman’s Daughters Are Passionate About Women’s Rights
As the tides of the world change in light of all the brave women who have come forward with their stories of abuse, Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman are raising their two daughters, Sunday Rose and Faith, to be strong feminists as well.
Both Urban and Kidman used their words and attire to make a statement at the 2018 Golden Globes, wearing all-black as part of the Times Up movement recognizing those who have been victims of sexual abuse, while also vowing to be a part of positive change in the world. They also reveal that Sunday Rose, 9, and Faith, 7, are conscious of such movements and are raising their daughters to be confident, inspiring women.
“They’re pretty aware. They’re very much about advocating for women’s rights, and what they want to do and having opportunities,” Kidman tells Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet. “My mother was a feminist when I was growing up, but you know, this is also about all of us working together to make the world a safer, better place for all of us.”
The country singer and his Academy Award winning wife, who picked up a win at the 2018 Golden Globes for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film for her portrayal of Celeste Wright in Big Little Lies, hope to be a positive role model for their daughters. “Hopefully, Nic and I are living our morals and the way we see the world and the girls see that,” he says. “They’re also fortunate to have the grandmothers they do, to be able to watch them and see how they live.”
Urban made a powerful statement of the world’s treatment of women and girls with the release of his latest single, “Female.” It’s set to be featured on his upcoming 2018 album.