Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have been riding out the global pandemic in their home country of Australia.
And on Sunday, the Australian actress looked heaven-sent as she attended a church service in Sydney.
Nicole, 53, was seen stepping out in a gorgeous lilac floral dress, which she paired with a classic straw hat.
Amazing grace! Nicole Kidman, 53, (pictured) stepped out for a solo for Sunday church service wearing a lilac floral dress in Sydney over the weekend
The Hollywood star complemented her purple ensemble with a matching designer handbag and pair of oversized black sunglasses.
The Big Little Lies star, who once admitted she was ‘very drawn’ to the idea of becoming a nun, aptly adorned her neck with a diamond-encrusted cross pendant.
Nicole completed her pretty-as-a-picture look with a pair of flats, which added another degree of femininity to her outfit.
Heaven-sent! Nicole, 53, was seen stepping out in a gorgeous lilac floral dress, which she paired with a classic straw hat
Low key: The Hollywood star complimented her purple ensemble with a matching designer handbag and pair of oversized black sunglasses
Her famous ginger-coloured locks appeared to look slightly damp and were clipped up in a large hair claw clip.
The Moulin Rouge actress showed off her natural complexion during the casual outing by appearing to wear minimal makeup.
Her husband, Keith, who will soon be returning to the panel of coaching experts on The Voice Australia, was nowhere to be seen.
Casual: Nicole completed her pretty-as-a-picture look with a pair of flats, which added another degree of femininity to her outfit
Nicole previously told Vanity Fair magazine that a lot of her friends ‘tease’ her for going to church every Sunday.
‘That’s how we are raising our children. Keith has his own beliefs, but he comes [to Church], too. I had a very Catholic grandmother, and I was raised praying, so that had massive impact,’ she told the publication in 2019.
However, the star made it clear that she isn’t raising her daughters to be afraid to question their faith.
‘I wouldn’t say it’s absolutism, there’s constant questioning — I’m a willful, feisty girl,’ the Oscar winner explained.
‘For me it’s very important that I don’t have judgment. My dad would always say, ‘Tolerance is the most important thing.”
Love: The Hollywood power couple are currently riding out the global pandemic living in the Sydney. They share two daughters, Sunday and Faith
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