Nicole takes the clan on 'Nine' set

Nicole takes the clan on 'Nine' set

Nicole Kidman’s husband and baby watched her film her latest film.

The Oscar-winning actress had just given birth to 17-month-old daughter Sunday Rose when she started shooting musical movie ‘Nine’ so took her and her spouse Keith Urban to work with her so they could all be together.

The film’s director Rob Marshall said: "She was excited to be part of a company and go back to work right away. And her baby was on set with us. It was beautiful.”

The movie’s choreographer John DeLuca said: "Keith just watched and had this big smile while holding the baby. It was nice to have little Sunday Rose there."

Although Keith is a huge country music star, he didn’t offer any advice vocal tips to his wife for her singing role.

Rob added to ‘E!’: "Keith was always there, but he stepped back into the background. He just steps back, which is really nice."

Nicole recently revealed she took on her role in ‘Nine’ to prove there is more to life than motherhood.

She explained: "I'd just given birth, so I was like, 'OK, I'm still a woman - I want to do this film! And I do have a life other than simply feeding this baby.' I think when you give birth you get itchy to get back to work and you want to feel life still goes on."

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