Tuesday, December 20, 2011

My, how you've grown! Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban enjoy a Sunday stroll

By Amelia Proud

Happy family: Keith Urban, Sunday Rose and Nicole Kidman walk together in Manhattan yesterday

She was named after the day of the week associated with family time and leisure, so how appropriate that Sunday Rose enjoyed a day out with her famous parents in New York's Soho yesterday.

The delightful three-year-old is growing up fast, and enjoyed pounding the pavement in her winter boots and pretty polka dot dress.

Little Sunday was snug in a dark-coloured coat that blended with those worn by her 44-year-old parents on the cold Manhattan afternoon.

Her baby sister, Faith, born last December 28 via a surrogate, was most likely tucked up at home, as she was nowhere to be seen.

Sunday enjoyed walking between her parents until she became tired and had her Academy Award winning mother carry her.

Later in the day – without Sunday – Keith and Nicole went to a pet store and purchased a puppy for her.

Nicole has been off the radar recently, and busy enjoying time with her family.
But the actress did recently open a boutique, Rue La La, for a good cause.

Time to go home: Sunday tires and her mother steps in to carry her back to the car

Daddy's turn: Then Keith lifts his eldest girl into their car

All the profits will go go toward the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center.

Kidman told Celebrity Baby Scoop: 'I am thrilled to partner with Rue La La to support Stanford Women’s Cancer Center, which provides a real place of hope for women.

She added: 'In my ‘Doing A Little Good’ boutique I have chosen items to encourage moms to shop for a cause this holiday season and help this amazing program which is so close to my heart.'

'My mother had breast cancer when I was 17, so I was personally affected by the disease.

Matching hats: Nicole and Keith stepped together on Saturday, and wore matching hats

I saw a woman suffering, a woman who I loved, who was the heartbeat of our family, going through such distress. This is where I’m putting my efforts right now – keeping our mothers, sisters, and daughters healthy.'

The boutique will benefit reproductive cancer research at Stanford Women’s Cancer Center under the direction of Dr. Jonathan Berek, a world-renowned expert in ovarian cancer.

The Center, which is dedicated to bringing hope and healing to women with breast and gynecologic cancers, delivers integrated, comprehensive, personalized care to patients and their families.

Its advanced research is illuminating new possibilities in early detection and prevention, genetics, cancer vaccines, immunotherapy, and cancer stem cells.



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