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Nicole Kidman steps out in a $6,000 designer outfit as she enjoys a night at the theatre in Sydney

Nicole Kidman steps out in a $6,000 designer outfit as she watches a theatre performance at the Sydney Opera House with her mother Janelle and husband Keith Urban

Nicole Kidman enjoyed a trip to the theatre in Sydney on Friday, to see The Merry Widow with her mother Janelle and her husband Keith Urban.  

Posting to Instagram, the Australian actress shared a sweet photo of the trio wearing face masks ahead of the performance, which was held at the Sydney Opera House. 

The 53-year-old was dolled up for the occasion, wearing a designer outfit worth approximately $6,000.

Family outing: On Friday, Nicole Kidman stepped out in a $6,000 designer outfit as she enjoyed a night out at the theatre in Sydney with her mother Janelle and husband Keith Urban

The Big Little Lies star looked glamorous in a pink ruffled dress from Australian brand Zimmermann, where dresses retail for an average of $1,500. 

She paired the look with a red floral face mask from designer brand, The Vampire’s Wife, which is valued at $81, and a pink studded Valentino bag which costs approximately $4,560.  

Nicole captioned the post: ‘Thank you @operaaustralia! So beautiful to be back at the theatre. Making my mama happy at The Merry Widow’. 

Quarantine: The family outing comes after Nicole was finally reunited with her family after completing a mandatory period of self-isolation last month

Quarantine: The family outing comes after Nicole was finally reunited with her family after completing a mandatory period of self-isolation last month 

The family outing comes after Nicole was finally reunited with her family after completing a mandatory period of self-isolation last month. 

Nicole spent two weeks quarantining at her $6.5million Southern Highlands estate, after a short trip to Ireland.

The actress was required overseas to shoot scenes for Robert Eggers Viking epic, The Northman, alongside Alexander Skarsgård and Ethan Hawke.

Jetsetter: Nicole was required overseas to shoot scenes for Robert Eggers Viking epic, The Northman, alongside Alexander Skarsgård and Ethan Hawke

According to The Daily Telegraph the A-list star was allowed to self-isolate at home again instead of staying at a state-approved hotel for 14 days, which is what the vast majority of international arrivals must do amid the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the NSW Government website, people returning from overseas are only exempt from staying at a quarantine hotel if there are ‘strong medical, health or compassionate grounds’.

Set on a sprawling 45 hectares, Nicole and Keith’s Southern Highlands estate boasts traditional sandstone verandahs, pressed metal ceilings, a grand carved cedar staircase and 10 original marble fireplaces. 

Isolation: Nicole spent two weeks quarantining at her $6.5million Southern Highlands estate, after a short trip to Ireland. Pictured with Keith

Isolation: Nicole spent two weeks quarantining at her $6.5million Southern Highlands estate, after a short trip to Ireland. Pictured with Keith  

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