Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman have shown that they are still very much in love after nearly ten years of marriage by performing an adorable lip-synch to Keith's hit single The Fighter while in the car together.
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In the video, which the country music singer posted to his Facebook page, the couple begin listening to the track as Nicole shouts "oh my God I love this song!" before Keith adorably begins to serenade his wife and she giggles at him, joining in with the chorus.
The couple had fun while lip-synching together
The couple were all smiles as they performed the song together, and fans have been quick to praise the pair's sweet relationship. One fan commented on the video: "I love how Keith and Nicole are having so much fun together! I wish more celeb couples would share clips like this. Thanks for being REAL PEOPLE". Another wrote: "It's amazing how the right partner can truly make you shine and bring out the best!! Keith is her knight in shining armour".
Keith and Nicole will be celebrating their ten year anniversary in June, and the singer revealed to Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen Show that his wife will be meeting him in Boston during his tour to celebrate the romantic day together. The singer also spoke about how he felt his life only began when he met his wife. He said: "someone asked me if it was life changing meeting her. And I said that I think it was more like it was the beginning for me.
The couple married in 2006
"I felt like I spent all the years leading up to that preparing. I didn't know what it was, but that's what it seemed like in hindsight."
Nicole recently spoke to Entertainment Tonight about how much she loves her husband's music. She said: "I've seen the work [Keith] puts into it and the love. He's a musician, so every little tiny detail is all him, and I love that. I love that he's passionate about his music."
Keith also revealed how important Nicole was in his album process. He told ET: "Nic, of course, hears everything over the course of about 15 months [that] I've been working on this record, so she's heard everything over, and over, and over again.
"I'm interested in how I respond just when she's listening. Without her saying anything, I have a particular response that's not necessarily the same without her. So, it's important. I need the girl's view!"