Keith Urban Posts Sweet Valentine's Day Photo with Wife Nicole Kidman at Dollywood
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are still a match made in heaven — or in this case, in Dollywood. The two celebrated Valentine's Day with the sweetest photo consisting of heart-shaped logs.
Keith Urban, 52, beat his love to it when he shared a Valentine's Day post a few minutes ahead of the big day. If he's this good with general holidays, we can only imagine what happens on birthdays and anniversaries.
His wife Nicole Kidman, 52, took a few more hours to celebrate her love publicly via the social platform, and her husband's one was more fun. Both of their posts are found below.
Urban celebrates his wife for Valentine's day
Country music singer Urban shared an adorable photo of him and his wife all bundled up during a visit to Dolly Parton's amusement park, Dollywood, in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
The couple, who have been married since 2006, pressed their faces together and smiled in the sweet shot. Urban had one hand around his wife's neck in a show of affection.
Kidman's Valentine's Day post
"Happy Valentine's Day," he wrote in the caption, adding a heart and kiss emojis to go with it. The couple has two young daughters, Sunday, 11, and Faith, 10.
For her part, Kidman shared a closeup photo of her and Urban forehead-to-forehead. She wrote a similar caption, keeping it short and simple, just like her husband did.
Kidman gushes over Urban in interview
Last month, the actress dished on how having Urban in her life has helped her feel more secure and comfortable. She attributed his presence in her life to bringing balance.
The "Big Little Lies" star also said that she was "scared" before meeting Urban and now feels protected. The best part of her day is going home to be with her family.
Kidman gives back to her country
Australian born Kidman recently gave back to her home by contributing to Australia bushfire relief efforts as raging wildfires plagued the country for weeks.
In January, the couple donated half a million dollars to various organizations that were making strong efforts to stopping the bushfire. These two are definitely a force of love to be reckoned with.