Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman Invite Daughters to Golden Globes

Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret made a rare public appearance with mom and dad.

Written by Chris Parton
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman Invite Daughters to Golden Globes
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 28: Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban and family speak via livestream during the 78th Annual Golden Globe® Awards at The Rainbow Room on February 28, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Hollywood Foreign Press Association)

The 78th Golden Globe Awards took place Sunday night (February 28) in another virtual celebration of TV and film favorites. And fans tuning in got a glimpse inside the family life of Keith Urban and actress Nicole Kidman.

Although they rarely make public appearances as a family, the country superstar and his Hollywood icon wife invited their young daughters — Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret — to join in the ceremony.

The night was hosted once again by comedienne stars Tiny Fey and Amy Phoeler, and at one point during the show they cracked a joke about Kidman’s character in The Undoing. She was up for Actress for a Mini-Series or Picture for TV, and the joke meant cameras cut to Kidman and Urban at their home, dressed for a red carpet and joined by their girls.

Now 12 and 10, respectively, Sunday and Faith were both wearing classic white dresses, and sitting politely next to mom and dad. Both also shared a light brunette hair color that resembled Urban’s a bit more than it did their mother’s, and smiled hopefully as Kidman’s category came up in the ceremony (she lost to Anya Taylor-Joy for The Queen’s Gambit).

Urban and Kidman usually keep their daughters out of the spotlight, but occasionally share happy memories with fans on social media — as Kidman did recently with a throwback video. And the Hollywood superstar also shared some detail about the gorgeous gown she wore throughout the night.

Meanwhile, Keith Urban is the next one with an Awards show to attend — he’s up for two trophies at the upcoming ACM Awards, and since both of them are in the same category (Musical Event of the Year), he’s got a good shot at winning!