Baby number three for Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban

Nicole and Keith are hoping for a boy – and are renewing their vows


by Daisy Hall |

They may have been married for over 16 years, but Nicole Kidman, 55, and Keith Urban, 54, couldn’t seem more in love if they tried. You only need to take a glance at pictures of them arriving at the Balenciaga fashion show earlier this month for their latest red-carpet PDA.

But it appears that public makeout sessions alone aren’t enough and we’re told the pair are planning to renew their vows this autumn, as well as hoping to welcome a new bundle of joy into their family.

An insider tells heat that they have been planning on saying their “I dos” again for a few years, but their plans were delayed by the pandemic.

“They’re looking at dates this autumn, most likely at their local church [in Nashville, where the couple are based] and with their local pastor present along with a few close friends and family," says the source. “They want an intimate but fairly sizable party. Nicole will have her family and friends from Australia, plus A-list friends like Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.”

Not only that, but we’re told they’re also getting serious about adding another family member to the mix. Nicole and Keith are already parents to two girls – Sunday Rose, 14, and Faith Margaret, 11 (the latter born via surrogate) – but, we’re told, are hoping to add a little boy to the mix.

“Both of them would love a boy and feel confident they’ll be able to adjust their schedules to raise him without relying too heavily on nannies," the insider continues. "They are more than prepared to roll their sleeves up and cope with some sleepless nights.”

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(Photo by Patrick Riviere/Getty images) ©(Photo by Patrick Riviere/Getty images)

Nicole also has two adopted children with ex-husband Tom Cruise – Isabella, 29, and Connor, 27 – and our source reveals she is looking to go down the same route, rather than surrogacy, for her third child with Keith.

“They’re very warm on the idea of helping a child in need and adoption is probably a quicker option at this point, as well as a little less stressful, with all of the biology that’s entailed with surrogacy.

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