She may not be your favorite actress, and he may not be your favorite country star, but there’s no denying that Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are one of Hollywood’s nicest couples.
The pair have spoken openly about how they keep their long standing relationship so lovey-dovey, and impress their fans with romantic displays like silly car singalongs.
Just when you thought these two couldn’t get any sweeter, the couple stopped by an Australian children’s hospital to give some deserving kids a special visit.
The Sydney Children’s Hospital shared photos of the Aquaman star and the “The Fighter” singer smiling with patients and their families.
“The couple took the time and care to meet kids in our ICU and Oncology ward, bringing an exciting dose of star power with them!” the hospital wrote on Facebook.
“Thank you Nicole and Keith for delivering so much joy around the Hospital.”
Kidman actually has a long history with the hospital, and has been an ambassador for its charitable foundation for two decades.
The actress who recently revealed how she wanted to have more children with Urban, seemed especially interested in a young baby being held by a nurse in the ICU.
Kidman and Urban, who tied the knot in 2006, have two daughters together, 8-year-old Faith and 10-year-old Sunday.
While this was their first time showing support for sick kids together, Urban made headlines last year with a heartfelt hospital visit for one very lucky American fan.
When Urban was in Ohio for a concert, he made time to visit one of his biggest fans, Marissa English, in her hospital room.
The singer spent 45 minutes with the gravely ill girl, and even sang one of her favorite songs, “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” at her bedside.
Marissa’s sister, Madison, wrote on Instagram that the singer was “so into her and I bawled like a baby.”
English’s family members, and some of her ICU nurses, were also given tickets to his concert later that night.
While Urban and Kidman were Down Under for the hospital visit, Urban’s next few tour dates will see him skipping from Germany to the UK, then stateside for a birthday tribute to Loretta Lynn in April.