Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are used to travelling with their family for work, but everything came to a standstill when the coronavirus pandemic shook the world at the beginning of the year.
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The celebrity couple spent a lot of time at their home in Nashville with daughters Sunday and Faith at the height of the lockdown, which Keith admitted he found difficult.
Talking to The Sunday Telegraph's Stellar magazine in a recent interview, the country singer opened up about his single, Out The Cage, from his new album, The Speed of Now Part 1, which reflects on his time at home.
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The song explores the feelings that come with being in lockdown, including being confined and the loss of freedom.
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Keith revealed: "We'd been in lockdown since March. I was ready to get out and do things, I poured into that song. I still have a little PTSD about lockdown."
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The singer and his family are now in Australia, having travelled there during the summer when the lockdown travel restrictions eased.
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Currently, Nicole and Keith are staying Down Under with their daughters, while the actress films her upcoming series, Nine Perfect Strangers.
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The family are staying at their gorgeous property in New South Wales, which boasts six bedrooms, along with a swimming pool, tennis court and herds of cattle, along with 111 acres of land.
Nicole and Keith spent the first part of lockdown in Nashville
Being in Australia has also given Nicole the opportunity to reunite with her mum and sister, who both live there.
The Big Little Lies star had previously opened up about her family's experience during lockdown in an interview published in HELLO! back in August.
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She said: "We travel together, so we are always together, but never where you are in a house and you can't go to the store, to a restaurant or the movies."
"Staying home, doing school from home and all of those things that everyone has been doing is a completely different life for us."
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Despite the change, Nicole has never been happier. "I love being in the kitchen in the morning so that when my kids come down, there's noise and there's joy in the home. That's really important to me," she said.
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