Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban Fighting: Divorce Over Third Baby Problems?
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban wanted to have their third baby through surrogacy. However, the actress’ pastor rejected the option as it is against the church the actress belongs to. Reportedly, Kidman is devastated and this is affecting her marriage.Advertisement
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have been longing to have another child after Sunday Rose, 7, and Faith Margaret, 5. The two reportedly wanted this after Nicole Kidman’s father Anthony Kidman died in 2014.
Their priest, Father Ed Steiner said, “In our tradition we would say using a surrogate should not be done.”
“If she were to come in and say ‘I’m thinking about this, what about it?’ I’d be duty bound to go through all the church’s teaching,” the pastor added.
The pastor said that their choice should be in accordance to their conscience, and their job is to help them form it.
It can be recalled that Nicole Kidman has always been vocal in wishing to have another baby, praying every month to be become pregnant.
Sunday Rose was born naturally while Faith Margaret was born through surrogate.
Does this mean Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s dream to have baby number three is far from reality? Can this cause a divorce for the couple of ten years?
In a report by OK!, the couple allegedly had a heated argument before Keith Urban’s appearance at Indy 500.
“They were shouting and cursing,” the source said. It was like they were unleashing every bit of pent-up anger.”
However, the possible divorce of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban has been debunked by Gossip Cop.
Radar Online also said that the couple just celebrated their ten years of marriage last June 25.
Father Steiner added that he is open to facilitate a renewal of vows for the couple should they decided to hold a ceremony.
“We have a whole ceremony, it is really just a matter of negotiating a date,” he said. “We can organize it, no problem. I would be honored to perform the ceremony if they asked me, but they can choose whoever, the only restriction would be it would have to be a catholic priest.”