Home for Christmas! Nicole Kidman is quarantining again at her $6.5million Southern Highlands property after a quick trip to Ireland after wrapping Nine Perfect Strangers in Byron Bay
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After a short trip to Ireland, Nicole is hopeful to reunite with husband Keith Urban and their two daughters for the festive season.
Home for Christmas! Nicole Kidman, 53, (pictured) will again undergo 14 days of mandatory quarantine at her NSW $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.
Nicole flew to Belfast to shoot her part after wrapping on-camera work for HBO’s new series, Nine Perfect Strangers, in the NSW coastal town of Byron Bay.
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.
No hotel quarantine: The A-list couple have been allowed to self-isolate at home this year 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
It’s believed Keith and their daughters Faith and Sunday are residing in Lavender Bay at the moment.
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.
Since buying the property, Keith and Nicole have installed an 18-metre swimming pool, a gym and a full-sized tennis court. The home is also surrounded by large grass mounds to block out prying eyes.
Jetsetter: Nicole was required overseas to shoot scenes for Robert Eggers Viking epic, The Northman, alongside Alexander Skarsgård and Ethan Hawke
The couple’s return Down Under comes after Nicole was given the green light in June to film her new TV series, Nine Perfect Strangers, in Australia.
The production, based on the 2018 novel by Liane Moriarty, and is understood to be injecting $100million into the struggling local film industry by creating hundreds of jobs.
The limited series is being produced by Nicole’s production company, Blossom Films, alongside Big Little Lies collaborators Bruna Papandrea and David E. Kelley.
Lucky! Nicole and Keith (pictured at the Golden Globes in January) were given special treatment upon their arrival in Australia from the U.S. in July 2020