The Aussie native looked stylish in a little black dress paired with simple booties for the occasion.
During a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Nicole revealed where she got her name. “(My parents got it from) the Honolulu zoo, there was a baby elephant that was born at the same time as me called Hokulani,” she said.
Nicole Kidman holds her purse against her chest while exiting the Noel Coward Theatre on Thursday night (October 15) in London, England.
The 48-year-old actress was joined by her husband Keith Urban the night before while leaving the theatre following a performance of her play Photograph 51. It was the second night in a row that he was seen at the show!
Nicole recently opened up to Mail on Sunday about what a perfect night off is like for her.
“I put on my pajamas and I’m like: ‘Come on Keith, let’s not go out – let’s watch a TV show or a movie at home,’” Nicole said.
The 48-year-old actress got support from her husband at a performance of her West End play Photograph 51.
In a new interview, Nicole opened up about putting her family before her career.
“As you get older, you’re aware that time is precious,” Nicole told the Mail on Sunday’s You magazine. “That’s why doing something like the play is a big ask, I’m only going to do it if we can all go.”
Nicole Kidman steps out of her car while arriving at her play Photograph 51 on Sunday (October 11) in New York City.
The 48-year-old actress recently discussed marrying her husband Keith Urban one month after they began dating.
“We got married very quickly and we got to know each other when we were married,” Nicole said (via Us Weekly). “I wanted a partner and someone to share my life. I wanted more children. That’s happened for me. It’s not through just luck. I was open to it and willing to change and welcome the change I got to have a child when I was 41 and then we had a surrogate.” More Here! »
Nicole Kidman is all smiles while heading into the Women in the World Summit held at Cadogan Hall on Friday (October 9) in London, England.
The 48-year-old actress opened up at the event about the years following her split from Tom Cruise in 2001, in which she got critical acclaim for her film work and an Oscar for her performance in The Hours.
“I was running from my life at that time,” Nicole said (via E! News). “I wasn’t able to handle the reality of my life and as an actor, you have this wonderful thing where you can go and get lost in somebody else’s life and become somebody else for a period of time. And when I look back on it, I really see that. Out of that came work that sort of was applauded and so that was an interesting thing for me.”
“I then sort of embraced my own life and I got myself together and it took me a number of years and during that time, I worked a lot,” she added. “The work was a great place for me to exist and then that culminated in winning an Oscar.”
Nicole also opened up about having an “epiphany” after the big win.
“I was sitting in the Beverly Hills Hotel and it was all extraordinary and I was the loneliest I’ve ever been,” Nicole concluded. “And that was a very strange thing to have happened and it was a fantastic thing to have happened because I was jolted out of this I suppose need or desire to say, ‘This is gonna heal me’ and it didn’t. And then I went, ‘I need to really hone in on what I want as a woman and for my life.’”
Nicole Kidman on her success after her divorce from Tom Cruise
Also pictured inside: Nicole wearing a black dress while heading into the theater for a performance in Photograph 51 on Thursday night (October 8) in London.