Nicole Kidman has shared an intimate video of herself and husband, country crooner Keith Urban, on the piano together singing a duet of his song Female with her two million Instagram fans. The Academy Award winner shared the clip in honour of International Day of the Girl.
Nicole, 51 and Keith, 50 sing the feminist anthem together while daughters, Faith Margaret, 7, and Sunday Rose, 10 record the moment for them.
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"Sister, shoulder, daughter, lover, healer, broken halo, mother nature, fire, suit of armour, soul survivor, holy water, secret keeper, fortune teller, Virgin Mary, scarlet letter, technicolor river wild, baby girl, women shine, female," the pair sing, while Nicole makes a heart shape with her hands.
The Big Little Lies actress captioned the clip, "To honor International #DayoftheGirl - filmed by Sunday and Faith!!! @KeithUrban"
International Day of the Girl is the world wide celebration of young women, instituted by the United Nations to promote girls' rights and highlight gender inequalities that remain between girls and boys.
Nicole, who sang in Moulin Rouge is generally shy about her singing voice. However she actually features in the backup vocals of the official rendition of Female on Keith's album, Graffiti U.
"He knows I have no confidence when it comes to singing," Nicole told ET of her appearance on the track. "So I'll sing for him and that's it."
Nicole and Keith's love story is one for the ages. Since their Sydney wedding in 2006, the two have been proven they are inseparable on red carpets, in interviews, and even on tour with Keith's band. The pair often let fans into their authentic home moments on their social channels, making us love them as much as much they love each other.
As a loving husband and father of two girls, Keith was inspired to pen Female when the #MeToo movement gained traction after the reports of sexual abuse by Harvey Weinstein came to light.
"It affected me not just as a husband but also as a father of two young girls, and a son," Keith tells Rolling Stone Country . "I had a heart reaction. My first thought was that it was a gospel soul prayer mantra, all rolled into one."