Keith Urban is shining a spotlight on a very important cause ahead of Christmas. The country singer showed his support for the fight against children's cancer by posing in a T-shirt that had the words 'We won't stop' emblazoned across his chest.
Keith wrote an emotional post about childhood cancer
Keith, 53, tagged St Jude Children's Research Hospital in the emotional post, as he wrote: "#StJudeWontStop fighting the fight against childhood cancer until there's a cure. Learn more about how you can join the fight and get your shirt too at wewontstop.org!!"
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His fans were quick to praise the father-of-two, as they got behind his message and promised to never stop fighting too. "Awesome, thank you for spreading the love to the charity," one follower commented, while another echoed: "Love this man and his gorgeous Nicole."
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Keith shares two daughters with his wife Nicole Kidman – Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine. Despite the pandemic, the Big Little Lies actress has been able to continue with her filming commitments and earlier this week she wrapped Nine Perfect Strangers, a miniseries drama based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty.
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Nicole is very private with her two daughters
Taking to Instagram as she posed in her native Australia on a beach, Nicole, who will play protagonist Masha, wrote: "That's a wrap on #NinePerfectStrangers with my co-star @MelissaMcCarthy Sending big love and infinite thanks to all cast and all the crew who made this possible in 2020, WOW. Coming to you in 2021 xx."
Nicole recently opened up to Glamour magazine about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected her work as well as impacted her two youngest children, especially when it comes to not seeing their friends.
"Our kids – because we travel, and we won't be apart – are used to having to learn online," Nicole explained. "But the social distance has been very difficult for them. They are working through the emotions.
"For a 12-year-old, it's about not being able to access friends easily – that's a whole thing which every parent will be going through. And then, there's a nine-year-old, who's socially forming. One of the hardest things is just watching them pine and yearn for their friends. I pine and yearn for my friends too."
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