Hollywood has produced many power couples over the years. It’s one of the things Tinsletown just does. However, many of them just don’t pass the test of time. That’s another thing that Tinsletown just does. But in the eye of the showbusiness storm, one couple, in particular, has caught our eye with their heartwarming story and their impressive resilience. We’re talking about Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban. Obviously.
Since 2006, these two have been presenting the most enviable of relationships and we took it upon ourselves to look into it. Read now, thank us later.
Ruth Was Overjoyed
Ruth was so touched by everything that had happened, not because she became known all over, but because her actions led to others doing something good too. It was one of the main principles according to which she lived her life.
This episode in her life didn't change her one bit and she continues to sprinkle her generosity and good deed whenever she can.
Every Little Thing Helps
She is grateful for being given the chance to help and make life easier for those who need help most. Her story proves that it doesn't take much to change somebody's world.
We all like to help and grab on to an opportunity when it comes our way, however, when money is involved, most of us don't just dig in and offer to help. Ruth did, and for that, she should be praised.
Welcome to the World, Nicole!
On June 20th, 1967, Janelle Ann and Antony Kidman's life changed forever. At the time, the two young Australians were visiting as students in Hawaii, and they had a beautiful baby girl whom they named Nicole. Nicole Kidman.
In fact, since she was born in Hawaii, little Kidman was also given a Hawaiian name — "Hōkūlani", which means "heavenly star". Surprisingly, the namesake and inspiration for the name was a baby elephant from the Honolulu Zoo.
Started From the Bottom
Her early years in America were anything but simple. Both her parents were students at the time. Her father was studying for his Ph.D. in psychology and her family had very little. She recalls sleeping with both her parents on a single mattress donated through the salvation army.
Later in life, however, her father became a certified behavioral therapist and the family became more financially stable. Still, she recalls him being incredibly generous and offering his services pro-bono to people who couldn't afford it. He and her mother, who was a nurse, are why she can appreciate everything she has today.