Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman plan wedding vow renewal

Keith Urban and wife Nicole Kidman at the Oscars.
Keith Urban and wife Nicole Kidman at the Oscars. Bang Showbiz

KEITH Urban and Nicole Kidman are planning to renew their wedding vows.

The 'America Idol' judge and the 'Paperboy' star - who have children Sunday Rose, four, and Faith Margaret, two, together - have been married for almost seven years and the singer is determined to mark their anniversary in June with a small ceremony.

A source told In Touch magazine: "It will take place in Australia at the site of their first wedding. He wants to make Nicole feel like she's still at the centre of his universe."

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Nicole recently admitted she loves Keith's "crazy" love for his family which sees him jet to the UK - where the actress is currently filming 'Before I Go To Sleep' - for brief visits when his 'American Idol' schedule allows it.

Nicole said: "Keith comes and goes. He'll fly in for 24 hours just to say hello and give us all a hug, or he might stay a couple of days. He's busy over in Nashville and LA. But once I've finished filming, I'm going to be the wife by his side because it's family time.

"I love it that he's crazy enough to get on a plane and come over here for 24 hours. But that craziness is rooted in a love and a friendship for each other. The friendship is just as important as the love, and it builds over time. I know how lucky I am."

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