It's not just the critics Nicole Kidman is impressing during her run in West End play Photograph 51.
Judging from the smile on Keith Urban's face, the country singer is clearly smitten with his Hollywood star wife of nine years.
Nicole, 48, and Keith certainly had the look of love as they left London's Noel Coward theatre hand in hand after her performance on Friday.
Nicole worked an off-duty look to perfection, her long, slender pins looked incredible in tailored black trousers, black winter jacket, and her black and white shirt added just a splash of colour to her winter get-up.
The statuesque star kept her look simple, wearing patent flats and clutching a black tote handbag as she stolled alongside her handsome hubby, who was casual in dark jeans and t-shirt, with a green biker jacket thrown over his top.
Keith has been accompanying his wife home as she takes to the West End stage this week where she's been starring in Photograph 51.
As they huddled together in the cold, the couple, who have two children together looked smitten.
Her strawberry blonde locks were swept up into a ponytail, with curly tendrils falling over her face, while Nicole's natural beauty was accentuated with just a slick of pink lip colour.
Keith meanwhile looked youthful with his trademark hairdo in a curtains-style casually framing his face.
Nicole reflected on her fairytale romance with Keith as she posed for a Vogue cover shoot this summer.
The happy couple are parents to daughters Sunday, seven, and four year old Faith.
She told Vogue: 'It's unbelievable that we found each other and at that stage in our lives were able to connect in that way and be that open to what the future was going to be.
'But we really commit to each other and give to the relationship; our priority is to be together. I don't ever take it for granted.'
She added: 'What I have now - the life I have with Keith and with my whole family - it doesn't just tumble into your lap; it's from setting my sights on it and saying: "I so don't want to be alone, I don't want to walk this alone," and I found that.'