Keith Urban Thought He & Nicole Might Not Have Kids

Keith Urban Thought He & Nicole Might Not Have Kids

Country crooner Keith Urban feels “immensely blessed” to have his 1-year-old daughter Sunday Rose in his life.

The Grammy-winning dad tells the UK’s Hello! magazine that he and his wife Nicole Kidman thought that they might not have children together since they didn’t meet until later in life.

“We’re immensely blessed with Sunday. I think neither of us was ever sure we would have kids,” says Keith, 42. “We didn’t get to meet each other in our 20s or 30s, so we thought maybe that’s not our journey, we’re fine with that. But it’s such a miracle to have her.”

So could there be another baby in their future? Possibly. The Days Go By singer reveals, “We’re very grateful and not pining for anything more than what we’ve got. But if another was to come, Nicole and I would be very happy.”

Sunday is the first child for Keith; Nicole is also mom to kids Isabella, 17, and Connor, 15, from her previous marriage to Tom Cruise.

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  1. Anna

    I think it’s nice he was willing to accept to not have children. Plenty of men would have just looked for younger woman.

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  2. Anonymous

    I am a very big fan of the both of them, I love Nicole thank god they did have Sunday and god bless them all.

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  3. RHONYC

    thanks for saying that Bella and Conner are Nic’s kids and not ‘adopted kids’ like so many other sites refer to them as.

    i can’t stand when they are referred to as that. no one refer’s to Angie or Madonna’s kids as ‘adopted’ anymore.

    kudos to you. :-)

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    • BellnTX

      I’m a parent of biological children and an adopted child and it irritates me when writers continue to refer to children as either adopted or not. Your children are your children, biological or adopted. Doesn’t matter how they came to you. My sons are all my sons.

      Thank you also for not using the word adopted.

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