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Nicole Kidman and Daughter Sunday Rose Turn Heads at Paris Fashion Week



Nicole Kidman And Daughter Sunday Rose Turn Heads At Paris Fashion Week

Nicole Kidman and her teenage daughter Sunday Rose Kidman-Urban caused a stir at the Balenciaga fashion show during the prestigious Paris Fashion Week.

The mother-daughter duo flaunted identical pin-straight blonde hairstyles, chic black dresses, and trendy dark sunglasses as they graced the event.

Photos shared on Vogue‘s Instagram page captured the elegant pair navigating through the crowds of fans and photographers, with the 15-year-old leading her famous mom.

Kidman shares Sunday Rose and her younger daughter Faith Margaret with her husband, the country music star Keith Urban. Additionally, Kidman has adult children—Isabella and Connor—with her ex-husband Tom Cruise.

Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret, who bear a striking resemblance to their actress mother, also share an interest in the entertainment industry. The siblings lent their voices to characters in the animated film ‘The Angry Birds Movie 2’ in 2019.

Keith Urban has previously mentioned that his daughters have shown interest in singing and acting, with a leaning towards directing. The family’s involvement in the entertainment world runs deep, with Kidman and Urban making their first public appearance together this year at the 49th AFI Lifetime Achievement Award Gala.

In a past interview, Kidman expressed her contentment with her family dynamics, hinting at the possibility of wanting more children if circumstances were different. She met Urban in 2005 and the couple often reflects on the idea that they could have had more kids if they had met earlier in life.

Rachel Adams

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