Sunday Rose Urban
Nicole Kidman was happily joined by her two youngest daughters, Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret. in New York on Mar. 18, when they appeared as extras during the filming of her HBO miniseries, ‘The Undoing’.
On March 25, Nicole Kidman made an appearance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ to promote her upcoming film, ‘The Railway Man.’ During the interview, she referred to her daughter Sunday Urban, 5, as her ‘oldest.’ Did Nicole just make a mistake, or is she so estranged from her 21-year-old adopted daughter Isabella Cruise that she no longer mentions her?
Nicole Kidman called her daughter, Sunday Urban, 5, her oldest daughter — even though her adopted daughter, Isabella Cruise, is now 21 years old.
These ladies are logging a ton of frequent-flier miles lately, heading to Sydney, Australia on June 28, back to L.A. on July 6 and now flying to a new destination on July 10. Where are they going next?
Considering daddy Keith Urban will perform the northeast stretch of his Get Closer tour this week, stopping by the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ on July 14, the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA on July 15 and Time Union Arena in Albany, NY on July 16, we’re assuming his girls Nicole Kidman, Sunday Rose, 3, and Faith Margaret, 7 months, are heading straight to their home in NYC!
The country rocker had his family in mind when he scheduled his 2011 ‘Get Closer’ Tour. It’s all about his girls!
“When I put this tour together, I structured it so I’m only gone maybe two or three days, maybe four days, – sometimes I do four days in a row,” Keith Urban tells People. Waiting for Keith at home, of course, is Oscar winning wife Nicole Kidman, 43, and their two daughters: Sunday Rose, 3, and Faith Margaret, six months.
You’d think Isabella and Connor would fly down to Nashville to meet their new baby sister. Nope, they just sent a gift!
To celebrate the birth of Nicole Kidman‘s new daughter, Faith Margaret, born via a surrogate on Dec. 28, her adopted children with ex-husband Tom Cruise, Isabella, 18, and Connor, 16, sent her a gift basket filled with designer baby gifts. Apparently Nicole was brought to tears—we would be, too if our grown children thought a hamper full of goodies was better than actually meeting their new sibling!
She just welcomed a new baby, Faith, via surrogate, but that won’t heal Nicole Kidman’s ongoing heartache over losing her adopted children, Isabella and Connor to her ex, Tom Cruise. They call Katie Holmes “Mom!”
As Nicole Kidman, 43, lives the dream of motherhood in her gorgeous mansion in Nashville with her husband Keith Urban, 43, and two young daughters, Sunday Rose, 2, and Faith Margaret, 1 month, she still lives every day with the pain of her past. Yes, Nicole is overjoyed with her new life, wonderful husband and beautiful baby girls, but she’s clearly devastated over her estranged relationship with her adopted children with ex-husband Tom Cruise, 48—Isabella, 18, and Connor, 16.
Nicole and Keith just announced the arrival of their new daughter, Faith Margaret via a gestational carrier, but we don’t get why they kept the entire process a secret.
We are thrilled for Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban. They just welcomed a new baby girl named Faith Margaret on Dec. 28 via a surrogate at the Women’s Hospital at Centennial in their hometown of Nashville. But we are still confused as to why Nicole didn’t carry the child herself. Was she keeping the pregnancy a secret for a reason?
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban might have just become parents for the second time, but Nicole looks to be sporting a sympathy bump!
Although we originally thought she was carrying a baby on her own, news has just broke that Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban welcomed baby Faith Margaret via a surrogate last week in Nashville! Could it be that Nicole has a sympathy bump? She must have been so anxious waiting for her new little munchkin to arrive.
The Australian beauty feels blessed to have a healthy, happy family after struggling for years to get pregnant.
“It took me so long to get pregnant and have a baby, so I have enormous gratitude,” Nicole Kidman tells The Huffington Post. All her dreams came true the moment she held her daughter, Sunday Rose, 2, for the first time, because she and husband Keith Urban had struggled during their four-year-marriage to have a baby.
A little over a week after her last appearance on Oprah, the question we have to ask is, has Nicole forgotten that she has two other kids besides her baby Sunday Rose?
When Nicole Kidman appeared on the November 29 episode of Oprah Winfrey’s final season of Oprah, the talkshow queen asked Nicole to talk about her kids. Perhaps Nicole misheard the plural form of the question, because she spent the entire time talking about one kid, and one kid only: Her 2 1/2-year-old biological daughter, Sunday Rose, who she had with husband Keith Urban, 43. But, some people have asked, what about her other children, Isabella Cruise, 17, and Connor Cruise, 15, whom she adopted with ex-husband Tom Cruise? Why didn’t Nicole, 43, mention her other kids? Is there trouble between Nicole and her older children?
The star of the upcoming drama Rabbit Hole talked to Oprah about spending time with her youngest child, and revealed how fatherhood has changed her husband, Keith Urban.
Nicole Kidman‘s daughter Sunday Rose may only be 2½, but she loves going on shopping and coffee dates with Mommy. But don’t worry that Nicole has her toddler hooked on caffeine. Nicole told Oprah Winfrey on Monday (Nov. 29), that Sunday Rose isn’t actually drinking coffee. Nicole, 43, says she absolutely loves “to go shopping in New York and get coffee. Sunday Rose thinks she is drinking coffee but she just has a cup of froth. I do get embarrassed because she’s like, ‘One cappuccino,’ and I’m like, ‘No, no, she doesn’t drink coffee!'”
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