2021 Golden Globes: Nicole Kidman Makes Rare Appearance With Husband Keith Urban and Their Daughters

Kidman, who was nominated for her performance in HBO's "The Undoing," appeared with her family during the Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's opening monologue.

The 53-year-old star was seen sitting alongside husband Keith Urban and their two daughters, Sunday Rose, 12, and Faith Margaret, 10.

Kidman was nominated for Best Actress In A Mini-series or Motion Picture.

Kidman says that the family is close, but having to quarantine because COVID brought us even closer.

"We travel together, so we are always together, but never where you are in a house and you can't go to the store, to a restaurant or the movies," she said. "Staying home, doing school from home and all of those things that everyone has been doing is a completely different life for us."

Kidman also opened up to People Magazine about juggling parenting duties with Urban as they balance their busy careers.

"We never leave the kids, one of us is always there," said Kidman. "When Keith went to Nashville and I had to work late nights, I rang [my sister Antonia] and asked her to move in with the girls and she did, and brought along her kids. That's special."
"It's the nature of what we're all having to do now – you get to be commune-like; this extended family where you're all raising each other's kids together," she continued. "We've all had to go back to basics, and this year has required it because people are pleading for help."

"Some glamour and fun," Kidman shared on Instagram, along with a behind-the-scenes photo of the look. "Boy have a I missed this."

Golden Globes 2021 Nicole Kidman

As for her red carpet routine pre pandemic, she maintained that seeing her family after a big awards show is her favorite part.

"I rarely go out afterward. I'd rather get home to see my kids. I take everything off, and I fold the dress and am very protective of it because obviously it's art. Just like with Cinderella, everything needs to be returned to its maker! Then I run a hot bath. When I go to bed, I wonder, 'Was that a dream?' For the little girl who used to scour flea markets with her mother, the joy of having access to this kind of beauty will never fade for me." Continue reading