After her beloved father’s sudden and shocking death, Nicole Kidman has rushed to Sydney, Australia with Keith Urban in tow to be with her family during this difficult time. See the first photos of the actress after the tragic incident with took Dr. Antony Kidman’s life.
Nicole Kidman, 47, is “beyond devastated and in total shock” by the sudden death of her father, Dr. Antony Kidman, reports Us Weekly. After he suffered a reported heart attack in Singapore on September 12, Nicole and husband Keith Urban, 46, have returned to Nicole’s family home in Sydney, Australia, along with Nicole’s sister Antonia. Read on for pics of Nicole’s family returning to Sydney.
Nicole Kidman Back At Family’s Home Following Father Antony’s Death — Pics
Nicole, along with Keith, sister Antonia, and her two daughters Sunday Rose, 6, and Faith Margaret, 3, met her distraught mother Janelle Kidman at their Greenwich family home in Sydney, reports The Daily Mail.
When Nicole’s mother opened the door to their home, Keith was photographed supporting Nicole by touching her hip. So sad.
Dr. Antony Kidman Was Visiting Daughter Antonia In Singapore At The Time Of His Death
Antony was visiting Antonia and her family in Singapore on the day he died; he reportedly collapsed after his morning workout, reports The Straits Times.
A respected member of his community, Antony was a clinical psychologist at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney; he was also a director of health psychology at the University of Technology, Sydney.
In a statement to HollywoodLife.com, Nicole’s rep tells us: “Nicole and her family are in shock by the sudden death of her father. She appreciates the outpouring of support and kindly requests privacy during this very difficult time. Thank you.”
Our thoughts continue to go out to Nicole and her family during this difficult time.
— Amanda Mitchell
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