Keith Urban Says ‘It Only Gets Sweeter’ in Heartwarming Valentine’s Post to Nicole Kidman

by Charles Craighill
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Today is Valentine’s Day and across the country, celebrities, musicians, and athletes have been sharing their love. With fans and loved ones alike, America is spreading the love. One of country music’s favorite couples, Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman have posted their love on Instagram already. Urban shared an adorable Valentine’s picture on his Instagram earlier today.

“16 Valentines…and it only gets sweeter !!!” Keith Urban said on Instagram. “Happy Valentine’s Day Babygirl.”

As Keith Urban mentions, the two have been together for 16 years now. They have also married on June 26 of 2006 and now have two kids together. Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret have grown up so much, now 12 and 10 years old. Unlike many celebrity couples and families, Keith Urban and his family have avoided any drama for the most part. As far as we can tell, it’s only love between Urban and Kidman this Valentine’s Day.

Celebrities Happy on Valentine’s Day

Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman aren’t the only celebs enjoying this Valentine’s Day, however. Countless other celebrities and beloved power couples have posted their adorable posts to social media. For instance, Instagram model and former LPGA golfer Paige Spiranac posted a dashing photo in all pink for the special day.

In the country music world, another music city power couple also posted their love to Instagram. Miranda Lambert and her husband Brendan McLoughlin snuggled up for Valentine’s day photo just a few days after getting back from their extended road trip.

Loretta Lynn on the other hand is still in search of a Valentine on this Valentine’s day. She posted an adorable throwback photo to Instagram asking her fans “will you be mine” for the day. It doesn’t seem like anyone would deny that request.

We hope everyone gets to snuggle up with their special someone for this Valentine’s day. While the COVID 19 pandemic has made it significantly harder for most Americans, we hope that everyone gets a chance to enjoy this special holiday… even if it must happen over Zoom or FaceTime.

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