Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban Cuddle Up at the Australian Open
Courtside cuties Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban were all smiles while catching some tennis on Thursday
The couple, who have been married since 2006, paid a visit to the Australian Open in Melbourne, where they were spotted in the stands of the Rod Laver Arena to watch the women’s semifinal match between Naomi Osaka and Karolina Plíšková.
Both looked to be enjoying their time at the game — laughing and cuddling, with Urban, 51, even kissing Kidman, 51, on the forehead at one point.
She wore a white lace cap-sleeve sundress, her blonde locks in a loose braid. Urban rocked a navy polka dot long-sleeve shirt with black jeans.
They were seated by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who wore a floral print dress, sparkling necklace and dark shades. Kidman’s Moulin Rouge director and friend Baz Luhrmann was also in the stands.
“I love the tennis! Thanks for having us #AusOpen 🎾✨,” an enthusiastic Kidman later captioned a sweet selfie on Instagram.
Earlier this month, Kidman opened up to PEOPLE about her lasting romance with Urban.
She revealed the moment she knew that Urban was the one. “It was my [38th] birthday, and he stood outside with gardenias at 5 a.m. on my stoop in New York,” Kidman said. “That is when I went, ‘This is the man I hope I get to marry.’ ”
Urban took her to Woodstock, N.Y., the site of the 1969 music festival, on a motorbike for a getaway (“My kind of guy!” she said). She’s never looked back since.
“It was pretty intense,” recalled Kidman. “I believed by that point he was the love of my life. Maybe that’s because I am deeply romantic, or I’m an actress, or I have strong faith as well, but I just believed, ‘Oh, okay, here he is.‘ ”
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The two married a year later at a romantic wedding in Manly, Australia, and have since settled down in Nashville, where they’re happily raising their two daughters, Sunday, 10, and Faith, 8.
For his part, Urban was always equally smitten with his Oscar-winning bride. He told PEOPLE, “I could sum up Nic as a wife, mother and human being in three words: She’s all heart!”
Meanwhile, Osaka — the only Japanese woman to win a major singles title — was able to best Plíšková at Thursday’s semifinal.
She’ll now face two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitová in Saturday’s final.