Popular artist Keith Urban was born in Australia. His romance with his wife-to-be, Nicole Kidman, had a fairytale beginning.
In an interview with Vanity Fair published in 2007, Kidman said that she had been secretly engaged to someone else when she first met Urban in 2005 at a “G-Day LA” event honoring the work of Australians. However, the couple got engaged only three months after their chance meeting.
According to Metro, the actress explained, “There was an enormous attraction initially, and we got engaged after three months, and then we got married really quickly, but we didn’t really know each other. We really only got to know each other after we were married.”
“I think meeting at a certain age makes a difference. And I trust my gut instinct. From the first minute I met him, there was a feeling of, Ahhh OK, somehow I’ve met home. And he had the same feeling. That was all we had, but that was the essence of what we worked from.”
The couple has two lovely daughters.
Urban’s father Robert, who lost a fight with prostate cancer, was an important influence on his life.
To honor his father and spread awareness, Urban attended the 2018 It’s A Bloke Thing luncheon in Toowoomba. However, there were worries that the singer might be ill after the paparazzi photographed him at the Sydney airport.
He, however, was appearing at the Prostate Cancer Awareness/Fundraiser event in order to provide a performance.
Urban has a personal interest in raising awareness about prostate cancer because it has affected other members of his family, especially his uncles.
Since Urban was willing to play for free, the lunchtime fundraiser was able to raise a record-breaking $2,024,000!
This demonstrates that Keith Urban is not only a gifted musician and a great family man, but also a generous and kind human being.
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